Kate Conway is a freelance television producer for the past twelve years. One of the shows she's written for is Caught! where she interviews criminals who have been caught then she writes an episode based on that particular criminal.
But Kate's job isn't the only emotionally draining thing that's happening in her life right now. You see, her and her husband, Frank, are going through a divorce. If matters aren't bad enough, Frank's new girlfriend, Vera, calls Kate and tells her that he's being rushed to the hospital. Kate joins Vera in the waiting room and the two women aren't prepared for the shocking news that Frank doesn't make it. Now these two women shoot right up to the top on the police's investigation list.
As Kate is trying to deal with everything, she starts doing her next investigation report for another show named Missing Persons. Ironically, Kate realizes she's being stalked and she could very well be in serious danger.
Is Kate the next victim the police will have to worry about? What happened to her husband that caused his death?
I thought this book was thoroughly entertaining and I couldn't put it down. I became so engrossed in it that I easily lost track of time and place while I kept turning the pages. Being that Ms. O'Donohue is a freelance television writer and producer only aids in making this book a wonderfully creative and intriguing story for any reader. Don't pass this one up!
The debut of an exciting new mystery series featuring a cynical, crafty television producer turned amateur sleuth.
The cause of death is "undetermined," but the cops peg Chicago television producer Kate Conway as the main suspect when her soon-to-be ex-husband, Frank, is found dead. To make matters worse-and weirder- Frank's new girlfriend suddenly wants to be friends.
Happy for the distraction, Kate throws herself into a new work assignment for the television program Missing Persons: the story of Theresa Moretti, a seemingly angelic young woman who disappeared a year earlier. All Kate wants is a cliché story and twenty-two minutes of footage, but when the two cases appear to overlap, Kate needs to work fast before another body turns up-her own.