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It Was Perfect Frame Job, The Only Problem Is She Was The One Being Framed

Waking up in the midest of a gruesome crime scene, Cindy Ellington can’t remember the night before. She narrowly escapes it and is now on the run.

Stumbling onto the city’s biggest murder case, Detective Sam Masterson discovers two bodies. But one is very much alive and now is the chief suspect in the death of a city official.

But is she the killer?

The more Sam investigates, the more he doubts that Cindy commited the heinous crime, even though all the evidence points to her, chiefly the murder weapon, a red stiletto.

With the law on her trail, Cindy seeks the truth only to discover that it is closer to home than she thinks.

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Excerpt from If The Shoe Fits

Chapter One

Cindy

I woke up on a concrete floor, the rough surface biting into my left cheek. It was the first thing I noticed, the second was a cold sticky substance coating said cheek.

Smelling the coppery scent of blood, my eyes snapped open. The sight of a face with the heel of a red stiletto buried deep in one of its eyes had me skittering away, only for me to slip and slide in a pool of blood.

I tried to scream but nothing came, no sound, not even a croak. Instinctively, I touched my hand to my throat but I found no impediment to my speech.

My eyes traveled from the face of the obviously dead man to the pool of blood in which I lay, to the concrete walls that surrounded me, surrounded us. Then I looked down the length of my body to find  another red stiletto on my foot.

I shook my head, slowly at first. No, No, NO! What is going on? What…. How? More questions formed in my head, yet they did not come into being. Buds incapable of blossoming.

Then I heard it. Gears grinding. I spun around to face the only door in the room. I had no where to hide. No where to run. No way out.

 

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