From Amazon.com: Small-town librarian Kennedy Killingsworth thought that Midway, Georgia, was the dullest place on earth until a fateful day that begins with a speeding ticket and ends with a suicide. The ticket comes from Kennedy's ex-husband, Deputy Cade Burrell, who seems desperate to find any reason to talk to Kennedy ever since his scandalous affair. And the suicide victim is Foster Scoggins, the leathery-faced resident who applied for a library card just hours before his gruesome death. Rumors fly that Foster took his life after being jilted by a mysterious love interest. But as the investigation unfolds, murder becomes the name of the game, and anyone might be a player including the four men who recently started competing for Kennedy's attention. Could the killer be Cade, who s been more interested in her since the divorce than he ever was when they were married? Drake Langston, the dazzling billionaire who needed Foster's cooperation to land a major development deal? Drake's construction boss, Sloan, whose powerful build makes him a perfect suspect for the crime? Or could it be Luke Scoggins Foster's hazel-eyed nephew, the charming ex-Marine whom Kennedy just might be falling for?"
As Green explains in her interview, this is the first book of a series spun off from her first novel, Hearts in Hiding, which introduced readers to the Haggerty Mystery series.
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Betsy Brannon Green is the author of seventeen mystery romance novels. Originally from Salt Lake City, Utah, Green now lives in Alabama. She always loved to write. While her first attempt at novel writing ended in rejection, her next attempt in 2001 saw the publication of Hearts in Hiding. Her latest release, Murder By the Book, is a spin-off of her Haggerty Mystery series.