Never Neck at Niagara [Short Story 3.5, Leigh Koslow Mystery Series]
By Edie Claire
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Published: Dec. 09, 2011
Words: 6,910 (approximate)
This 6673-word short story, first published in the Signet anthology And The Dying is Easy in 2001, occurs chronologically between Never Preach Past Noon and Never Kissed Goodnight. Newlywed Leigh tags along with her husband to a convention at Niagara Falls only to find herself in the wrong place at the wrong time, with potentially deadly--and almost certainly watery--results!
A Leigh Koslow Mystery Short Story
Originally published in the anthology And The Dying Is Easy: All New Tales of Summertime Suspense, by the Signet/NAL division of Penguin Putnam, Inc., in June 2001.
Newlywed Leigh is only too happy to tag along when her new husband's career takes him to a weekend convention in Niagara Falls. But true to her typical luck she quickly finds herself in the wrong place at the wrong time, with potentially deadly--and almost certainly watery--results!
(Note: Chronologically, this story occurs between Never Preach Past Noon and Never Kissed Goodnight.)
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