blurb Blonde Demolition
- excerpt –
Mall shoppers milled about, though the place wasn't crowded. The smell of grease wafted up her nose.
Greg Villa walked into the food court as if he owned the place. His trench coat on a warm day sent up red flags for Mallory. He must be armed and not afraid to use it in a crowded mall.
Her adrenaline rushed through her body. Maybe meeting here had been a miscalculation. She was armed, with no intention of letting anyone know that.
Her heart skipped a few beats.
Trey tailed his boss as the man walked through the center of the tables. When he reached the end, he whirled. Trey smiled at him.
Mallory stood next to Greg. She said, "Shall we sit?"
Greg licked his lips and looked around.
No easy exit, though they didn't want to box him in. He'd be desperate.
"Let's talk," Greg said.
"Sit and we're all ears," Trey said.
Greg found a chair and sat. His eyes never scanned the crowd. Mallory sat against the wall, her gaze going back and forth, and wondered if he'd brought backup.
No one seemed to take notice of them.
Trey had his back to the crowd with his face to his boss. "We know about your organized crime connection. We're just wondering how you got hooked up with Paul Stanley."
"He's never been linked with the mob," Mallory put in. She knew the case as well as Trey. She might be a little rusty, but Trey had made no progress since she'd been gone. The case had been cold for five years.
"Paul Stanley?" Greg chuckled. "You can't make a connection because there isn't one. And that organized crime thing isn't true."
"Yeah, right," Mallory said.
"Can't believe everything you read," said Greg.
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- Author short bio -
Chris Redding lives in New Jersey with her husband, two kids, one dog and one show rabbit. She graduated from Penn State with a degree in Journalism and is still a diehard Nittany Lions fan. Her books are filled with romance, suspense and thrills.
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- answer to character's questions (these can either be for a main character or the author)
(Author) Use what you like.
1. Nickname: I’ve been called CPR lady because I helped run a training center for 7 years.
2. Job: ghostwriter, but I also teach CPR.
3. Level of schooling, or self-taught: BA in Journalism with a minor in English from The Pennsylvania State University
4. Favorite type of pet One without hair, but DH doesn’t like reptiles so we have a dog.
5. Favorite place to visit The beach
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