Front Page Fatality
*** An AGATHA AWARD Nominee for BEST FIRST NOVEL *** Crime reporter Nichelle Clarke's days can flip from macabre to comical with a beep of her police scanner. Then an ordinary accident story turns extraordinary when evidence goes missing, a prosecutor vanishes, and a sexy Mafia boss shows up... show more
*** An AGATHA AWARD Nominee for BEST FIRST NOVEL ***
Crime reporter Nichelle Clarke's days can flip from macabre to comical with a beep of her police scanner. Then an ordinary accident story turns extraordinary when evidence goes missing, a prosecutor vanishes, and a sexy Mafia boss shows up with the headline tip of a lifetime.
As Nichelle gets closer to the truth, her story gets more dangerous. Armed with a notebook, a hunch, and her favorite stilettos, Nichelle races to splash these shady dealings across the front page before this deadline becomes her last.
Publish date: 2013-01-29
Publisher: Henery Press
Pages no: 292
Edition language: English
Series: Headlines in High Heels (#1)
So I really did enjoy this book from beginning to end. The only reason why I gave it four stars was that I found certain plot points kind of tasteless (i.e. Nichelle's coworker Shelby and the constant commenting on her bedroom habits) and the flow was off here and there. However, other than that, I ...
I am usually scrupulous about reading a series in order. In fact, my sister and I have had this discussion several times because she is willing to run willy-nilly through a series in any way she wants and I insist on going from start to finish. This series, however, I read out of order. And it did...
Excellent read! Not a light weight cozy, but a very well thought out, edge-of-your-seat cozy mystery. I found the plot itself entertaining and sufficiently complex enough that I was surprised at the ultimate culprits behind the crimes. I loved the introduction of the bad-but-yummy mafia man, I hop...
This is the first book in the Nichelle Clarke Headlines in Heels Mystery Series. In this story we are introduced to Nichelle, or Nicey (nee-see) as her friends call her. Nichelle is the reporter who covers the crime and courthouse beats for the Richmond Telegraph. She has a good rapport with the ...
Clark, dreams of working for The Washington Post, however; she has yet to make an impression on them. Steadily working her beat, she’s never far from her police scanner in hopes of chasing the story that will give her the break she needs. When a drug dealer is found murdered, police are quick to ass...