Meredith Nicholson (1866-1947) was an American author, diplomat, and lecturer. He worked from 1885-1897 for the Indianapolis News. His first novel was Short Flights (1891) and his last was The Cavalier of Tennessee in 1928, which included both prose and poetry. He was a member of the Democratic party, serving one term (1928-1930) as a reform city councilman in Indianapolis. For his long years of service and dedication to the Democratic party, Nicholson was rewarded with ministries to Latin America-Paraguay (1933-34), Venezuela (1935-1938) and Nicaragua (1938-1941).
This action-filled, high intensity story will take you to the edge of your seat. Definitely unputdownable from the first chapter to the last. When beautiful, sassy Queen finds herself thrust into the middle of a murder mystery, the media hails her 'the lifesaver in the bikini'. Her hunky husband, SWAT Officer Giorgio Gomez, told her to stay in the crime lab and let the detectives handle it. She didn't listen. Now fearless Queenie is in a world of trouble and G is going to have to put his life on the line to save the woman he loves more than Lego. The mystery started with Belle, a forensic accountant who got in the way of a sociopath's global criminal enterprise. Enter handsome Australian SAS Captain Bryce Mabo Cameron, who summed it up: "I know why you're in hot water. You ask too many questions." As the personal tragedies mount, it's up to Queen and the gang to solve the mystery and catch the madman before the game gets too rough to play.
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