Someone Else's Daughter
Book 1, Miranda's Rights
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Book I of the popular Miranda's Rights Mystery series by bestselling author Linsey Lanier.
A woman can never make herself too tough, too strong, or too street smart.
THE SEARCHING MOTHER
Miranda Steele. Smart-talking, hot pepper-eating loner whose abusive ex-husband stole her baby and gave it up for adoption. She comes to Atlanta to hunt for her daughter.
Wade Parker. Wealthy owner of the Parker Investigative Agency and most eligible forty-four-year-old bachelor in Atlanta. He still mourns the death of his socialite wife but must now solve a disturbing murder case.
A serial killer strangling young girls in a bizarre ritual. Why?
She doesn't need a man.
He needs to find a killer.
Together, can they save a thirteen year old girl?
"Highly charged and emotional... Read it with tissue from the very beginning." Pamela Mason.
"It was a great read, honestly couldn't put it down and can't wait to read the next one." Cathie - Sydney, Australia
"Miranda Steele is one ballsy lady...what I'd call 'one HOT pepper!'" Diane Kratz - crime fiction writer
THE MIRANDA’S RIGHTS MYSTERY SERIES
Someone Else’s Daughter — Book I
Delicious Torment — Book II
Forever Mine — Book III
Fire Dancer — Book IV
Thin Ice — Book V
THE MIRANDA AND PARKER MYSTERY SERIES
All Eyes on Me
Clowns and Cowboys
Zero Dark Chocolate
Trial by Fire
(more to come)
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Someone Else's Child
A slow start with somewhat amateurish writing, but got much better as the characters and plot developed.
Someone else's daughter
I really enjoyed the story. Some of the dialogue was awful though, something out of a dime store novel.