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About Jennifer Greer
Jennifer began her writing career as a journalist. She graduated from California State University, Fresno with a degree in journalism and worked as a crime reporter for the Fresno Bee.
Interested in foreign affairs she traveled to Russia in the late 80’s and lived in London studying art and literature.
After touring much of Europe the hard way, on foot with a backpack, she later returned to Berlin for a foreign correspondents seminar.
While abroad she traveled into the war regions of Croatia and wrote an award winning article on the women and children refugees.
Jennifer raised two daughters on her own after her husband died in a tragic car accident when her children were very young. Both daughter's are grown now and venturing into history and legal careers.
Raised as an Air Force brat Jennifer moved around as a child and that wanderlust followed her into adulthood. After living in many U.S. states, Jennifer has settled on the Oregon coast where she lives with her husband and their cat, Henry.
Notable interviews as a journalist: President Jimmy Carter, Israeli Prime Minister Abba Eban, activist Ralph Nader and authors Isabel Allende and Francine Rivers.
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Three separate homicides. Three unrelated victims. One grisly secret.
When the body of famous actress Niki Francis is unearthed from its shallow grave, the small town of Medford, Oregon is alarmed, but not shook. After all, there should be plenty of motives and suspects--Niki had fame, wealth, looks. The kill was targeted, premeditated, and it's about her celebrity. Or so they thought.
Whit McKenna is licking her wounds, working as a reporter for the local Medford rag. Fresh from a harrowing assignment for her previous post at the L. A. Times which cost her her husband, Whit must pull herself together for the sake of her two daughters. The wound has hardly begun to scab when she's called to cover the murder, so she teams up with her best friend, medical examiner Katie Riggs. Then two more victims turn up, completely disconnected from one another, and McKenna loses all hope of a breakthrough.
Rather than clarity, the possible suspects and motives become scrambled. But time is running out, and each front page article McKenna writes brings her closer to a killer who will stop at nothing to realize a deadly vision.