When you’ve made a mess of your life in college as the “anything goes girl,” becoming an overnight success on TV is like winning the lottery. Right?
Not for Brenda Contay. She’s The Lightning Rod now, WDIG’s popular tabloid reporter. But doing stories on tractor pulls and crack addicts doesn’t leave you with much self-respect.
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The Brenda Contay Mysteries
The residents at the Donegal Golf and Country Club are very attached to their dogs. They depend on them for companionship. Not just pets, they’re a cherished part of the family.
Bill’s a lovable Labrador retriever mutt who is rescued by his owner after escaping a puppy mill. He’s a bit of an oddity at Donegal, where most dogs are small and cute and professionally bred. He’s friends with all the other dogs and their owners. They like to hang out, take walks, chase toys—dog stuff.
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Journalist Brenda Contay seems to have it all: a Pulitzer Prize, plenty of money and lots of friends. Just one thing is missing: a relationship that counts.
That seems about to change when lawyer friend Marion Ross invites Brenda to go fishing in northern Minnesota. But they won’t be roughing it: they’ll be staying on a big, comfy houseboat. Charlie Schmidt has a cabin nearby, and before long, Brenda is thinking a lot about Charlie’s gracefulness and good looks.
A year after Pulitzer journalist Brenda Contay killed a killer, she’s convinced what she did has destined her to a life of unhappiness. Determined to run away from her past, and the man she loves, Brenda meets her next story in Naples, Florida.
James Rivera is smart, charming, and deadly. He believes he’s destiny’s child and that fate is why he’s getting rich by helping people who want to die. Even when they change their minds.