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Stranger in the Room by Amanda Kyle Williams
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Aug 21, 2012

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Read from August 10 to 17, 2012

Keye Street is just trying to pay her bills. After alcoholism ruined her career as an FBI profiler, Street turned to private investigation to keep things afloat and after a lot of hard work, she just wants the weekend alone with her boyfriend.

Unfortunately, fate has a way of derailing these things. This time it comes in the shape of a murder her boyfriend, Dectective Aaron Rauser, must solve...a series of death threats to Keye's cousin Miki and a crematory business in North Georgia that may not be what it seems.

As Keye wraps completes the crematory case, she begins to realize that Aaron's case and Miki's threats may not be so independent of one another and that she has now attracted the attention of this murderer.

I must say I really enjoyed this book. Williams has a great way of juggling all these plot lines without letting any one of them fall to the wayside while managing to weave them all into one cohesive story.

Reccomended for anyone who enjoys who loves a good mystery.
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