A collection of tales with a unique twist, crime stories readable in one sitting.

The author developed the idea of this novel based on a narrator telling several short stories while traveling from Las Vegas to Los Angeles. The author, Darlien Breeze, said, “My flight often ended just about the time a story reached a place where I hated to put it down.” Each chapter in this book is a stand-alone short story. The reader doesn’t have to wait for the flight back home to find out “who done it.” Each tale is held together by a crime, one in which the narrator is involved.
The author developed these stories from three main sources, news articles, tidbits of info gleaned from overheard conversations and her vivid imagination.

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