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KCHC radio reporter Carol Childs is investigating a jewelry heist when she realizes her FBI boyfriend is working the same case undercover and that she may have inadvertently helped the suspect to escape. The suspect is amused by the connection and has been calling the radio station. And when a Hollywood socialite Carol believes may be connected to the case is murdered, Carol risks her relationship and her job to uncover the truth.
My name is Carol Childs, I’m a single, middle-aged mom and a reporter for a local talk radio station in Los Angeles, and I’ve got a problem. I recently got myself into the middle of a jewelry store robbery as I was covering a Beverly Hills Chocolate tour for the radio station. And if that wasn’t bad enough, I witnessed Eric, my boyfriend–my FBI boyfriend–leaving the scene of the crime only moments before on the arm of Carmen Montague, an L.A. socialite.
Like I said, I’ve got a problem. But not like you might think. I can more or less put two-and-two together and it didn’t take much to figure Eric was probably working a case. But, I have to admit, seeing him with Carmen wasn’t exactly something I could un-see, and I was curious.
Thing is, I can’t afford to be curious. As a reporter, it was my job to let my boss, Tyler Hunt know I what I knew. However, I really didn’t think it was a good idea. He’s always telling me reporters and the law enforcement make for poor bedfellows – like he’d know – and I didn’t really think it was his business. After all, despite the fact Tyler calls me the World’s Oldest Cub Reporter, I’m not without some sense and I wasn’t going to risk his reassigning me. I figured, if I needed to, I could tell him later.
Only later was when people starting dying and by then…well, I was in hot water with the station owner’s wife. You see, she thinks I’ve been compromised and wants my job.
Like I said, I’ve got a problem.
Without a Doubt is #3 in the Carol Childs series. If you’re new to this series, start with Shadow of a Doubt!
“Forget the shower scene in Psycho; Shadow of a Doubt will make you scared to take a bath!” – Diane Vallere, Author of the Material Witness, Style & Error, and Mad for Mod Mystery Series
About The Author
Nancy Cole Silverman credits her twenty-five years in radio for developing an ear for storytelling. After writing everything from commercial copy to news Silverman retired from radio in 2001 and founded The Equestrian News, a niche publication targeting southern California’s active equestrian community. Working on a story about America’s wild mustangs inspired Silverman to write her first novel, The Centaur’s Promise.
In the last ten years, Silverman has written numerous short stories and novelettes some of which have been produced as audio books. Silverman’s new series with Henery Press, the Carol Childs Mysteries takes place inside a busy Los Angles Radio station.
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