One Too Many

Rose Leary writes murder mysteries, but she never wants to see another real corpse. She tends bar to buy time to write in 1980s New York City, until her gruesome discovery of a murdered colleague derails those careful plans. Questions about guilt and innocence contaminate more than the crime scene. Danger edges closer, and she has to outwit the killer to save everything that matters most. More

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Published by Tough Prose Press
Words: 94,130
Language: English
ISBN: 9780985283544
About Maureen Anne Jennings

Maureen Anne Jennings has worn the hats of a journalist, copywriter, editor, publishing consultant, media relations manager, book festival director, and Fillmore East staffer. She owns more than 100 hats, not all of them work related.
After the obligatory waitressing during college, she squandered a few years behind the bar at various dives in lower Manhattan. She also owned and operated a pub in northern California.
Be careful what you write about.

Also in Series: The Rose Leary Mysteries

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