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E-Book Deal of The Day

IN A PANIC I GASPED FOR AIR, BUT THERE WASN’T ANY. I TRIED TO CRY OUT, BUT I WAS ALONE, AND IN MY HYSTERIA IT HIT ME. I HAD FELT A SIMILAR FEELING BEFORE––LIKE MY BODY WAS GIVING OUT ON ME, AND I KNEW WHAT IT MEANT. I WAS DYING.”

Enter the world of Sloane Monroe in Black Diamond Death…

A SKIER CRASHES

On the slopes of Park City, Utah’s newest ski resort a woman is found dead. At first glance, it has all the makings of an accident. The victim, Charlotte Halliwell, collided with a tree as she schussed her way to the bottom of the hill. But what if her death wasn’t an accident at all––what if she was murdered?

A SISTER IS ON A MISSION

In Black Diamond Death, Audrey Halliwell faces a problem: finding someone who believes her story.

Enter Private Investigator Sloane Monroe.

When Audrey marches into Sloane’s office with claims her sister’s death was no accident Sloane is skeptical at first, but agrees to take the case. With little to go on, she questions the people in Charlotte’s life and discovers Parker Stanton, a jilted ex-fiancé with plenty to hide, and as the son of a prominent businessman, he will go to any lengths to protect his secrets.

A SECOND BODY IS FOUND

Just as Sloane feels she’s close to solving the case she stumbles on another dead body and is forced to re-examine the clues from the beginning, but she must tread lightly. With the killer aware that Sloane will stop at nothing to find him, her life is in danger and her every move is being tracked. Will Sloane uncover the truth before he strikes again?

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  1. Help!! I am a fairly seeaonsd runner who will turn 55 for the start of the spring race season. I was looking forward to the start a new age class but not the way my past year has gone. Let me recap. I was registered to run the ING New York marathon through guaranteed entry because I had qualified. This bucket list race was to be a celebration of running my 10th marathon. I had picked up my race bib and was shopping in the expo when I heard the announcement that the race was cancelled. My first reaction like most was disbelief, followed by disappointment. But there was another reaction . . .relief if you can imagine. This is because I had battled injury with my glute max for most of the year that left me unable to adequately train for this race. I really had no right to be participating but there was too much emotion involved not to participate so I planned on a very long slow marathon with a lot of walk breaks. This injury with my glute has affected my hip and IT in the past. I have even been diagnosed with piriformis syndrome. I have also experienced low back issues, especially with the SI joint. But this year, the severely strained glute max and hamstring has been the worst. I just can’t get over this. I have become so discouraged and disheartened I am ready to give up running for good. But in a moment of feeling like I was healing and getting my running mojo back, I registered for Boston 2013. I am hoping this will make up for the cancellation of New York. But just this week the feeling of strain in the glute is returning again. My hope is that this book will help pinpoint the error of my ways and provide strategies for me to keep running for many years to come. Thanks!

  2. Thanks for that! It’s just the answer I needed.

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