Homicide in the Headlines

Homicide in the Headlines

by Mark Zeid

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Overview

Terry Lambert is a dwarf, who is bullied at work. Paula Stanford is a Marine Corps combat veteran dealing with nightmares from her time in Iraq and the Marines. They had nothing in common. For Terry, a morning phone call leads him into a deadly game with a serial killer. Meanwhile, Paula is dealing with a hit and run accident in a parking lot, which left her car with a smashed headlight and fender. The two events hardly seem connected until Terry's fixation to find the killer brings them together. The murder of a co-worker compels Paula to team up with Terry and the police to find this obsessed serial killer. As Terry and Paula come closer to discovering the killer's identity, they go from bystanders to becoming targets. To survive, Terry needs to learn new skills, and Paula needs to put her past behind her. But time is short, and the killer is ready.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161363478
Publisher: Absolutely Amazing Ebooks
Publication date: 10/30/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 827 KB

About the Author

Mark Zeid spent seven and half years as a military police officer for the U.S. Marine Corps. After leaving active duty, he completed an undergraduate degree in literature and graduate studies in English. But the Marines called to him and he reenlisted in the reserves, from which he retired in 2004. Along the way, he spent 25 years living and working in Japan, which included teaching criminal justice for a satellite campus on military bases in the Far East. He also completed graduate study in criminal justice and worked for the Center for Domestic Preparedness, a training facility ran by FEMA that prepares our nation's first responders to deal with mass casualty and terrorists’ events. His field experience includes helping several agencies with investigations and community policing, as well as being deployed to assist with disaster recovery efforts in Japan and the United States.

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