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Saturday, September 9, 2017

very close to unraveling the tangled threads - Code for Murder by Eliot Parker

"With strong well developed characters and a thought out plot. The story moves quickly and smoothly as readers fall into the action. Once you start you will not want to stop. Plan to be reading into the night." - DelAnne, Goodreads


Published: July 2017

An overzealous decision by Cleveland Police Lieutenant Stacy Tavitt leads to a botched undercover investigation, leading to Stacy being attacked and her unconscious body dumped into the frigid Cuyahoga River.

Six months later, Stacy’s first case back from medical leave involves the murder of Cleveland Browns football player Devon Baker. With little forensic evidence connecting anyone to the crime, Stacy sets out to find the killer.

As Stacy comes very close to unraveling the tangled threads of the case, the killer wants her, and those close to her, to suffer for another impulsive decision she made in the line of duty.

The killer just may be more familiar to Stacy than she realizes.

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About the author:
Eliot Parker is the author of three previous novels, most recently Fragile Brilliance, which was a finalist for the Lords of Discipline Thriller Prize. He received the West Virginia Literary Merit Award in 2016, as well as the Bronze Award for Mystery/Thriller Writing from the National Literary Habitat Organization. Eliot is graduate of the Bluegrass Writers Studio at Eastern Kentucky University with an M.F.A. in Creative Writing.

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