Missing Persons will have readers eagerly waiting for show time on Kate s next case. Richmond Times-DispatchAfter the death of her ex-husband, things are finally returning to rmal for Kate Conway so rmal that she s gotten a little bored. Out of the blue, the television producer is offered a documentary gig about lifers in a state prison. Kate jumps at the chance. The only problem is that she s also just been asked to produce a reality show about the opening of a new restaurant one backed by Vera, her dead husband s mistress. Reluctantly, she agrees to both.But when one of the restaurant s investors is murdered and Vera is the chief suspect, Kate must ride a treacherous psychological edge, relying on the minds of death row killers to help her solve the case. Praise for Clare O Dohue s Missing Persons: Fascinating characters, multi-faceted story lines, and plenty of action. Midwest Book Review A series worth collecting. Suspense magazine
CLARE O'DONOHUE is a freelance television writer and producer as well as the author of the Someday Quilts mystery series. She lives outside Chicago, Illinois.