A FASHION TO KILL
“Mickey Wyte writes with a killer New York City voice!” —Chris Grabenstein, New York Times best selling author
Worlds collide in this “gripping, satisfying whodunit” (Kirkus Reviews). Jack Centaur doesn’t know a thing about high fashion. But when his beloved niece falls victim of a ruthless serial killer who targets aspiring models, he’ll stop at nothing to bring the murderer to justice!
Centaur is a Vietnam veteran who’s a little banged up, but still functional. His military past guides him, but doesn’t rule him. He’s no grizzled, wiry soldier ruminating on his glory days; he keeps his Medal of Honor hidden in the back of a sock drawer. He’s just a 56-year-old man who sometimes stands in front of a mirror in his underwear wishing he’d followed his doctor’s advice about cholesterol and exercise–not a typical action hero.
But none of this stops him from rattling the platinum cribs of Manhattan’s trust-fund brats in his determination to find the serial killer who has been stalking their fund-raising galas, murdering the fashion model volunteers. Along the way Jack will finally come to terms with the tragic reason he never married; and the guilt over how he earned the Medal of Honor!
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