Native New Yorker Cathi Stoler started out as a fashion copywriter and later moved into advertising, where she developed award-winning campaigns for clients such as The New York Times, Folgers’ Coffee, DuPont Lycra, and the Marriott Marquis hotel. Telling Lies, her first full-length work of fiction, was selected as a finalist in the Brighid’s Fire Books Fiction Contest. Two other novels in this series are in the works. A short story, Out of Luck, will soon appear in the upcoming Sisters in Crime Anthology, Murder New York Style: Fresh Slices. A member of Mystery Writers of America as well as the New York Chapter of Sisters in Crime, Cathi posts regularly on the womenofmystery.net blog. She lives with her husband, Paul, and their cat, Merlin, in Manhattan.
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by Cathi Stoler
Approx. 80,530 words.
Published on October 22, 2013 by
While writing an article on hidden identities, Laurel Imperiole tries to help a woman whose fiancé has several aliases. Laurel and her PI friend Helen McCorkendale stir up a hornet’s nest of vengeful Mafiosi, greedy bankers, and dirty politicians. Everyone has something to hide. Will the secrets the women disclose keep them alive or seal their fates? The 2nd Laurel and Helen New York Mystery.
by Cathi Stoler
Approx. 74,500 words.
Published on April 6, 2011 by
A chance encounter at Florence’s Uffizi Gallery plunges Laurel Imperiole and Helen McCorkendale into an investigation of stolen Nazi art. Could Laurel really have bumped into Jeff Sargasso, an art dealer and friend who perished in the World Trade Center on 9/11? Searching for answers back in NYC, Laurel and Helen thread their way through a sinister--and possibly deadly--skein of lies.
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