Lies in High Places: A shooting on a Chicago expressway sends journalist Andrea Kellner on a mission to get the scoop that will save her career, but at what cost? With a boss who wants her sitting on the sidelines--or back in his bed, a competitive co-worker who just wants her gone, and a detective blinded by his own past, Andrea must look past CPD's explanation and discover the truth behind the shootings. Provided she can live to tell the story.
The Last Lie: When a grief-stricken man crashes a charity gala and demands answers for his daughter's death, Andrea knows it's her duty to investigate. but she never expected him to point the blame--and his gun--at her date and his energy drink empire. To uncover the truth, Andrea must confront the man she thought she knew and corporate execs with hush money to spare, before her sister becomes the next victim.
Lies of Men: After inheriting a media company, Andrea must turn a blind eye to the corporate power struggles and throw herself into her next story, only to find her key source dying in her own home, an X slashed across her mouth. While even Andrea thinks the likely culprit is the victim's corrupt ex-husband, a second murder with a similar M.O. hints at a much larger scheme.
About the author
Dana Killion grew up in a small town in northern Wisconsin, reading Nancy Drew and dreaming of living surrounded by tall buildings. A career in the apparel industry satisfied her city living urge and Nancy Drew evolved into Cornwell, Fairstein, and Evanovich.
One day, frustrated that her favorite authors weren’t writing fast enough, an insane thought crossed her mind. “Maybe I could write a novel?”
Silly, naïve, downright ludicrous. But she did it. She plotted and planned and got 80,000 words on the page. That manuscript lives permanently in the back of a closet. But the writing bug had bitten.
Her debut novel, Lies in High Places, was released in October of 2017. Her Andrea Kellner series continues with The Last Lie, March 2018, and Lies of Men, March 2019. Dana lives in Chicago and St Petersburg, Florida with her husband and her kitty, Isabel, happily avoiding temperatures below fifty.