The Bloody Knife
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by Loretta Jackson, Vickie Britton
Description: A knife, that swift and silent killer, can be a deadly weapon whether in the hands of a sworn enemy or a so-called friend. In The Bloody Knife--six tales of mystery and suspense, in each story a knife plays a crucial role. A high school girl knows a deadly secret about the leader of the Dragons. On a Paris subway a tourist comes face to face with the Metro Stalker. A vacation goes wrong when a camper-trailer becomes a death trap. A mystery writer with psychic powers has written the beginning of a novel; now the killer intends to write the ending...to his life's story. When the chips are down, there's no one to turn to, no one to trust. In each story the main character faces the consequences of a snap decision and fears the hand that wields The Bloody Knife.
eBook Publisher: Whiskey Creek Press, 2003 WHISKEY CREEK PRESS
eBookwise Release Date: February 2005
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Available eBook Formats: OEBFF Format (IMP) [191 KB]
Reading time: 125-176 min.
"A collection of mystery stories that will definitely keep you reading. The variety of characters and plots placed in different settings offers the reader a satisfying way to spend some time. Recommended reading for any mystery lover. Two talented authors have created intrigue and excitement as murder takes knife in hand. Enjoy. I certainly did."--Anne K. Edwards, Murder and Mayhem
Tami uncovers a secret about the leader of The Dragons ... if she lives long enough to tell what she knows.
Tami blinked as she stepped from the sprawling mall into the bright sunlight. Out of sheer boredom, she had walked the almost four miles from the ranch to the shopping center on the outskirts of Wilmount. Renata, her best friend, had opted to stay home and shampoo her hair for tonight's party, so Tami had set off alone. She halted with uncertainty in the parking lot, dreading the long, dreary distance she must cover on foot. For once, she was glad this trip had been a bust--at least she didn't have to lug any heavy packages.
She glanced around, looking for some of her crowd from high school, hoping to catch a ride with someone she knew. Seeing no familiar faces, she ambled through the stifling heat, past the convenience stores and fast food chains that lined the outer edge of town toward the rain-swollen banks of the Blackfoot River.