Death By The Final Edition

Author: Larah Peterson
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595276547
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What secret could the young government worker know that would put her very life in danger and expose the heirarchy of corruption in glamorous South Beach? The beautiful Hispanic reporter, Regina Montega could never know what she was getting into when she started investigating the senseless murder on exotic, sensuous Ocean Drive.
Death by the Final Edition
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Pages: 128
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Type: BOOK - Published: 2003-06-01 - Publisher: iUniverse

What secret could the young government worker know that would put her very life in danger and expose the heirarchy of corruption in glamorous South Beach? The beautiful Hispanic reporter, Regina Montega could never know what she was getting into when she started investigating the senseless murder on exotic, sensuous
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