Flesh and Blood

  • Title: Flesh and Blood
  • Author: M.R.Miller
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 251
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Flesh and Blood When Winston Chronicle crime reporter Rosemary Lostant is found beaten to death in her apartment the police wonder if a story she was working on got her killed or if she had attracted a stalker So wh
    When Winston Chronicle crime reporter Rosemary Lostant is found beaten to death in her apartment, the police wonder if a story she was working on got her killed or if she had attracted a stalker So when suspicion instead falls on Kim Whitaker, a sports writer at the same paper, fellow reporter Emily O Brien is shocked Determined to prove him innocent, Emily begins an invWhen Winston Chronicle crime reporter Rosemary Lostant is found beaten to death in her apartment, the police wonder if a story she was working on got her killed or if she had attracted a stalker So when suspicion instead falls on Kim Whitaker, a sports writer at the same paper, fellow reporter Emily O Brien is shocked Determined to prove him innocent, Emily begins an investigation of her own, scouring Rosemary s notes for evidence and tracking down a recent parolee with an axe to grind.But her progress is stalled when she has to turn her attention to covering the death of a Winston man who went overboard while with his wife on a cruise What begins as a simple story quickly turns complicated as Emily realizes his own family, including his wife, may have wanted him dead As she attempts to sort out both murders, Emily s questions attract the attention of a killer, one who has no qualms about making her the next victim.

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      Published :2019-04-19T05:20:46+00:00

    About M.R.Miller


    1. I worked for than a decade as a journalist for a small Midwestern newspaper My family recently moved to Missouri where I now work at a university In my spare time, I am working on the Emily O Brien series.From the time I started writing the series, I struggled with the fact the books weren t going to fit neatly into any category The books have strong Christian elements, yes, but they weren t necessarily written as Christian books I tried writing the first book that way initially but it just didn t fit well with the story or the characters So I decided to write it the way that felt right to me I guess that s the reporter in me.And when I made that choice, I found Emily s voice and that propelled the story forward At the time, that was OK since I was writing just for me I never expected to let anyone else see them But I had a persistent husband and I finally figured, why not I ve heard the term realistic Christian fiction I guess that might be the closest category I could find, but it wasn t an option on or Smashwords And I m not sure it really covers it all anyway So in advance, I apologize to anyone I offend either because you don t like my views on faith or because you don t like the book s profanity or realism I realize the books have the potential to alienate both ends of the spectrum but I had to write the books authentically I promise to keep the books between PG and PG 13 no F bombs or raunchy sex scenes or grisly, bloody details that make you quit eating your lunch And as the series progresses, I hope readers see a change in Emily, that she becomes a better reflection of her faith That was one of my goals when I began writing, to create a newbie Christian character that matures over time She s definitely a work in progress.


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    1. Great book! Great series. The bad thing is that you have to wait for the next one. Definitely worth your time. read them.

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