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Dana Cohen, a forty-three-year-old, hard-drinking NYPD detective, spent twenty-two years on the force before retiring to Long Island. Now Dana's best friend, Marilyn, is directing a local musical theater production. Dana's estranged lover, and the father of the child she's carrying, Alex Frazier, is a dancer in the show, but Dana has no theatrical talent at all. So Marilyn cooks up a way to get the two former lovebirds together, hiring Dana to work security. When Dana discovers a gruesome murder during one of the show's rehearsals, her "detective gene" overtakes her, and she can't resist the urge to throw herself into this case. But as she investigates, she uncovers some dark secrets and realizes, too late, how far someone will go to keep them hidden...
About the Author
Rebecca Marks practiced law and worked as a technical writer in Boston for years. With her husband Frank, a policeman-turned-glassblower, she raised six kids, performed in many choral groups, and trained and showed their German Shepherds and Belgian Tervuren dogs. After Frank passed away, she moved back to her hometown of New York and began writing fiction in earnest. She studies at the Sarah Lawrence College Writing Institute.