Unpaid Dues by Barbara Seranella

Unpaid Dues

byBarbara Seranella

Kobo ebook | May 1, 2018

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A gritty tale of suspense starring “one of the most engaging, complex characters in mystery fiction today” (Harlan Coben).
 
Miranda “Munch” Mancini has worked hard to overcome her past life as a hard-living street junkie, including cutting ties with the people she used to run with. She’s got a daughter now, as well as respectable work as an auto mechanic to her wealthy California clients. But she’s caught by surprise when an old friend turns up dead—and Munch’s photo appears in the woman’s criminal file, connecting her to a crime she’s struggled to put behind her.
 
With the police investigation of the murder pointing to a terrifying figure in Munch’s history, she doesn’t know what to fear more: the dangerous killer, or the truth about her past finally being revealed . . . 
 
“There’s no more interesting protagonist in crime fiction. . . . Don’t miss this series.” —Chicago Tribune

Title:Unpaid DuesFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:May 1, 2018Publisher:Diversion BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1626811784

ISBN - 13:9781626811782

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A gritty tale of suspense starring “one of the most engaging, complex characters in mystery fiction today” (Harlan Coben).Miranda “Munch” Mancini has worked hard to overcome her past life as a hard-living street junkie, including cutting ties with the people she used to run with. She’s got a daughter now, as well as respectable work as an auto mechanic to her wealthy California clients. But she’s caught by surprise when an old friend turns up dead—and Munch’s photo appears in the woman’s criminal file, connecting her to a crime she’s struggled to put behind her.With the police investigation of the murder pointing to a terrifying figure in Munch’s history, she doesn’t know what to fear more: the dangerous killer, or the truth about her past finally being revealed . . .“There’s no more interesting protagonist in crime fiction. . . . Don’t miss this series.” —Chicago Tribune