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I Kill Rich People!
2014 Bella Online Ebook Gold Award Winner for Mystery and Thrillers.
While in Detroit writing a human interest story about a child killed in a drive-by shooting, investigative reporter Alamanda Tyler is ordered by her boss at Reveal Magazine to "drop the piece on the black kid" to cover the story that has ignited a media firestorm. A serial killer is brutally murdering wealthy white citizens.
Tyler's controversial interview with a prostitute abused by the second victim hours before his death attracts the attention of the killer. Infatuated with the stunning reporter, he sends her emails from an untraceable account explaining his motives for the slaying.
As her life spins out of control, professionally and personally, Tyler risks all to end the carnage at the hands of the monster who has proclaimed, "I kill rich people."
In the year 2030, the United States of America bears little resemblance to the nation envisioned by its Founding Fathers. The federal government has been virtually privatized away, Christianity declared the official state religion and the Constitutional right to bear arms rescinded. While attempting to isolate the reasons for America’s drift to the far right on the political spectrum, University of Michigan graduate student Joshua Freeman stumbles upon the existence of an ominous presence. Determined to expose those he believes are ruling the nation from the shadows, Freeman embarks on a dangerous journey. Will he survive long enough to warn the American people their democracy has been stolen from them? And if even if he does, will anyone believe him?
Sex, laughs and dash of fantasy
Alice is convinced the secret to happiness is finding a virile incredibly handsome man like the ones in romance novels. Complicating her search is the emotional baggage she carries from a less than perfect relationship with her father, growing up in the shadow of a nearly perfect older sister and the wise cracking gargoyle who is her best friend and trusted adviser.
Over the years, all of her politically conservative lovers disappoint, but the gargoyle is always there to help her pick up the pieces. Do politics matter when it comes to love? Tag along with Alice and her friend the gargoyle to find out. It's sure to be a fun ride.