Small-town reporter Leah Nash investigates a murder no one else believes happened—until a second death signals the killer's first mistake. Nothing is as it seems, and the twisting trail she follows pits Leah against her police lieutenant best friend, her new boss, and even her mother. Still, the smart and smart-ass Leah can't back down. If she's right, she can save someone she loves. If she's wrong, the next victim could be her.
Independent, intrepid and irrepressible Leah Nash can't resist a good story, especially not one that ends in murder. Sharp dialogue, plots that move and storylines full of twists and turns make this not-quite-cozy series a fan favorite
Fans of mysteries featuring strong female protagonists will enjoy following Leah Nash as she navigates storylines full of twists and turns. The series combines the familiar pleasures of a small-town cozy—a cast of recurring characters, a touch of romance, and total immersion in an imaginary small-town setting—with the sharper dialogue and edgier plot of a mystery thriller. Fans of mysteries featuring strong female protagonists will enjoy following Leah Nash as she navigates storylines full of twists and turns. The series combines the familiar pleasures of a small-town cozy mystery with the sharper dialogue and edgier plot of a mystery thriller.
Readers who like fast-paced murder mysteries with strong women sleuths will get their crime fiction fix with this second book in the Leah Nash Mysteries series.
PRAISE FOR DANGEROUS MISTAKES
Excellent book, superb writing, great plot lines, with rich characters that make you laugh out loud, and at times bawl your eyes out.
This author’s plotting is the very best I’ve read in a long time. The plot is finely written with twists & turns, characters that aren’t way out there and unbelievable.
This is the first book that I [have] read by this author, but it won’t be the last. If you are looking for a good mystery, then this one is for you.
This is the second Leah Nash book I’ve read, and I enjoyed both. The characters are realistic, the dialogue believable, the pace excellent.
Susan Hunter is a charter member of Introverts International (which meets the 12th of Never at an undisclosed location). She has worked as a reporter and managing editor, during which time she received a first-place UPI award for investigative reporting and a Michigan Press Association first place award for enterprise/feature reporting.
Susan has also taught composition at the college level, written advertising copy, newsletters, press releases, speeches, web copy, academic papers, and memos. Lots and lots of memos. She lives in rural Michigan with her husband Gary, who is a man of action, not words.
During certain times of the day, she can be found wandering the mean streets of small-town Himmel, Wisconsin, looking for clues, stopping for a meal at the Elite Cafe, dropping off a story lead at the Himmel Times Weekly, or meeting friends for a drink at McClain's Bar and Grill.