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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Mystery & Detective / Women Sleuths
  • Language:English
  • Pages:350
  • eBook ISBN:9781623095307

Red Lights White Shoes

by Edith Green

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Rachel McKinney has relocated to upstate New York at the urging of her good friend, Bobbi Ragetti. She decided to buy a condo which was inexpensive mainly because the last person who lived there had been murdered in that very condo. Rachel is not bothered by that until her condo is broken in to. With the help of police officer, Ben Everett, friend Bobbi and brother, Jeff, Rachel spends the rest of the book investigating who the murder victim was and who murdered her.
Rachel McKinney has suffered a painful divorce and wants to move to a new environment. Her best friend convinces her to move to Poughkeepsie, New York where she lives. Rachel ends up buying a condo that is inexpensive because the former tenant, Sally Torrington, had been murdered there. Rachel is happy with her new home until she has a home invasion. Scared, she decides to find out more about Sally. A local police officer, Ben Everett, investigates the home invasion and there is an immediate spark between them. With Ben's help, and with the help of Bobbi and brother Jeff, Rachel spends the rest of the book investigating. She meets interesting characters including Tiffany a prostitute, Bruno, a mafia type, Connie, a mysterious clinic owner and others.
About the author
Ms. Green has been a nurse for many years and worked a good part of that time in Correctional Facilities. She is an avid reader of mysteries and has written short mystery stories. She makes her home in South Jersey with her dog where she enjoys visits from her children and grandchildren. This is her first novel.