Glossed and Found

Author: India Ink

Originally written under the pen name of India Ink. Murder is never pretty… When Venus Envy’s new makeup artist vanishes on the night of the Thanksgiving Gala, Persia knows that something is terribly wrong. The police think Lisa drowned–her car was found parked near Lookout Pier, and a storm had raged through town the night of the dance. But Persia refuses to believe….Read More

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