Killer Calories

· Rogue Phoenix Press

About this ebook

Spend time in the Big Apple with wise-cracking amateur sleuth Melanie Deming, as she follows clues from glamorous Park Avenue mansions to gritty soup kitchens. Melanie's a snarky writer and health fanatic who shockingly discovers the body of her good-looking co-worker. She's no Lois Lane and is scared of every germ, yet Melanie must have justice for her friend.

Devon, a blue-eyed hard-to-resist journalist, wants Melanie for a screenplay about the murder, and more. Melanie can have the success she's dreamed of and a man of her dreams, but she could lose her marriage and her life searching for a killer who now threatens her. Why couldn't she be satisfied with a normal job and the boring life her husband wants?

Underneath all the zany fun are some astute observations on marriage, the super rich, and class differences.

About the author

Nancy Good is passionate about mysteries and New York City, where she has lived since graduating from Columbia University. She is a member of Sisters in Crime nationally and the NYC chapter, and is a past member of the Authors Guild. Nancy is the bestselling author of How to Love a Difficult Man (nonfiction) and has appeared on numerous TV shows including Oprah and CNN.

She lives in NYC with her husband and her cat. She's a student of herbal medicines, bikes on the trails in NYC, and hikes in the National Parks. Since she sings in choruses in Manhattan, she thinks a murder in a concert choir may be in the future for this series. Killer Calories, a Hi Fiber, Lo Fat Mystery, is the first in the Melanie Deming Manhattan murder series. Killer Condo will be next, a murder on Park Avenue. 

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