Her Brother's Keeper

Have you ever helped out a stranger, only to find your normal life turns into something that resembles a nightmare?
Arina did.
It began with a dead lawyer and escalated to unimaginable terror when her two-year-old son was kidnapped.
Will she find the killer of the dead man and more importantly, will Arina survive the loss of her son? More
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About Kitty Boyes

Kitty has written her 5-book Mystery Suspense novels from the pristine coast of Western Australia.
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Her Brother's Keeper
The death deemed a suicide, the sister insists he was murdered and seeks Arina’s urgent help to find his killer. All good until her son is kidnapped.

About the Series: Arina Perry mystery suspense
This award winning series will leave you gasping, sometimes in horror, sometimes in surprise, but always delivering a reading satisfaction that provides many hours of entertainment not found in the movies. The series takes you on an adventurous ride from a new love through several life threatening, heart pounding dangers. Not for the overly squeamish, but if you like an easy read with enough action and tight plots that make you eager to keep on reading then this is the series for you! Arina Perry the strong female character who grows throughout as she gains new confidences. Arina puts herself out there, often winging it to solve crimes, both against her and her family and others. She even offers you a sprinkling of the paranormal. Do yourself a deserved favour, get the whole series in one go, then sit back and dive into Arina’s world. It’s an interesting place.

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