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    An exciting first story in a new series.

    I received this story as a free preview because the author asked for my honest opinion. I am leaving this review because it was a privilege and an honor to be asked to read it. I will not show up as a verified purchase. While at the funeral of a friend and fellow officer who was killed in the line of duty, Chief of Police Sam Mason gets called to the scene of a body found in the river. As if the difficulties of trying to solve this murder is not enough, Sam and his crew also have the Mayor, a friend of the deceased parents, informing Sam he will be keeping an unwanted close eye on the case. They get unexpected help solving the case from Lucy (a stray German Shepherd mix). But each and every member of the police force not only wants an answer to this death, but also the death of their friend and co-worker. Who they are not allowed to officially investigate due to conflict of interest. The only problem is all of them has a skeleton in the closet. None want it to come out, How far are they willing to go to keep secrets secret? This is the first exciting story in a new series from one of Leighann Dobbs Pseudonyms. It has a much more serious tone and feel than some of her other works, with enough levity built in to help the story keep a fun feel and a fresh read throughout. I'm looking forward to the next one.
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    Telling Lies

    A small company in a camping trip leads to murder. A small town police force mourning the loss of one of their own. A page turner that grabs you from the first sentence and leaves you wanting more.
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