Murder on the Texas Eagle

The Doreen Sizemore Adventures

Book 1
L. J. Emory Publishing
36

 In this tongue-in-cheek short story, Doreen Sizemore, an elderly and opinionated Kentucky woman who hasn't been outside of home town since her senior class trip, gathers her courage and boards the Texas Eagle train bound for her brother's home in Texas. She is feeling quite the brave adventuress...until she discovers a murder on the train.
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Publisher
L. J. Emory Publishing
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Published on
May 30, 2013
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Pages
35
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ISBN
9781940283012
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Mystery & Detective / Cozy
Fiction / Short Stories (single author)
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Jennifer Marsh is a mystery writer with a stack of eight unpublished manuscripts and rejection letters to match filling her closet. She's sure that if she can just get famous for something, someone will have to publish her books. Why not murder?

She'll find a target so mean that she'd actually be doing the world a favor by bumping him or her off. And she knows just the person:
Penney Richmond, a high-powered literary agent who's made it her job to ruin people's lives. All Jennifer has to do is frame herself, do the deed, and come out with an iron-clad alibi, and she'll be well on her way to getting a three book deal. So what if she chickens out at the last minute? A vegetarian good girl who rescued a greyhound could never actually kill someone. But when Penney is found murdered and the police think Jennifer did it, she’d better find the real murderer before she goes away... for life.

Along with her eccentric writer's group, spunky old ladies with a nose for sleuthing, her neurotic greyhound, and a sexy, sarcastic reporter named Sam, Jennifer embarks on a journey filled with danger, deception, and disguises that could leave her Dying to Get Published...

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-- The Snooper

"A sprightly novel, Dying to Get Published will entertain all writers...[It] offers a word to the wise: Never thwart a mystery writer, published or unpublished."
-- Carolyn G. Hart

“Jen’s a warm, intelligent character, and Fitzwater provides an entertaining (and for aspiring writers, frustratingly familiar) look at the world of writing and publishing.”
-- Publishers Weekly

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