Lies To Die For
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A short introduction
Max Larkin and Jesse Fairlane are the top two detectives in Rockton Illinois. In Lies To Die For, the second book in the Max Larkin Detective series, they are in pursuit of a killer that is branding letters into the victim's bodies. Is it someone the victims know or is it just a random person taking out frustrations on the small community of Rockton?
Max is fresh coming off his one-month suspension for hiding things from his captain while Jesse has been holding down the fort during his absence. There hasn't been much crime in Rockton since the Time Killer killings but Captain Perry knows he's going to need his whole team working together to catch the person that killed a local college professor and his girlfriend.
Just as the clues start to come together there's another murder. Max and Jesse find themselves disagreeing a lot as to who done it and why. This partnership is on the rocks and the town needs them now more than ever.
Perhaps you wouldn't characterize the Finance Manager of your local automobile dealership as an Amazon best-selling author"”until you get to know Todd Thiede. He has worked for the past decade at Elmhurst Toyota, but Thiede is in the driver's seat as the writer of a murder mystery series featuring his hero Detective, Max Larkin. "Time Killer," which Kirkus Reviews deemed "a fast-paced thriller" that will "keep crime and thriller fans wrapped up in its twisting plot, fast pace and memorable detective," "Lies To Die For" (the second book in the series which reached No. 1 on Amazon in the "Murder Mystery and Serial Killer" categories) and "Miss Me?" (the third book in the Max Larkin Detective Series and highest rated murder mystery on amazon.com) are available on Amazon.com, Barnesandnoble.com and Kobo.com.
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