Mostly Murder

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"A tough, no-nonsense detective. . .edgy, clever!" —Beverly Barton

Mostly Fear

She suffered a terrifying coma. She survived a serial killer's obsession. Now homicide detective Claire Morgan hopes to forget the nightmare of her Missouri past in the city of New Orleans. But when a body is discovered near her home, her darkest fears come rushing back. . .

Mostly Superstition

Surrounded by candles and skulls, the victim is bound to an altar like a human sacrifice. More disturbing to Claire is the voodoo doll in the woman's hands. A doll pierced with pins and wearing a picture on its face. A picture of Claire Morgan. . .

Mostly Murder

Claire doesn't believe in voodoo. But she does believe in the power of superstition to warp a person's mind and feed a killer's madness. It is here, in the muddy bayous where it festers, that Claire must face her fear head on—and meet the man who's marked her for death. . .

Praise For Linda Ladd's Claire Morgan Thrillers

"One of the most creepy, crawly, and compelling psychological thrillers ever." —Fresh Fiction

"Chilling, compelling suspense. . .be prepared to lose sleep!" —Eileen Dryer

"Exciting, thrill-a-minute!" —Midwest Book Review

"Plenty of suspense and surprises." —Publishers Weekly

123,000 Words
  • Kensington; December 2013
  • ISBN 9781601830517
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  • Title: Mostly Murder
  • Author: Linda Ladd
  • Imprint: eKensington
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About The Author

Linda Ladd is the bestselling author of over a dozen novels, including the Claire Morgan thrillers and Will Novak series. Linda makes her home in Missouri, where she lives with her husband. She has two adult children and two grandsons. In addition to writing Linda works with pre-schoolers, administering diagnostic developmental tests, and is an avid reader and tennis player. She is currently at work on her next novel featuring Will Novak. Learn more at lindaladd.com.

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  • 9781601830517