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Murder is a Debate
by Brandy Nacole
Genre: YA Mystery Thriller
Nora and her two best friends, Liv and Charlie, aren’t like most people.
Nora is the private school kid; the rich girl, though everyone hates
her. Liv and Charlie attend the run-down public school on the
opposite side of town where the football team is a solid two and the
art department was shut down due to funding. Their worlds should have
never collided, but they had one common factor that brought them
together, murder.
In an online mystery chat room, the three girls meet and decide to form
The Murder Club. Each week one of the girls must come up with a
murder scenario for the other two to solve. It’s fun. It’s
active. It’s also deadly.
When one of Nora’s classmates ends up dead, she’s suspicious of her
new friends. His death mirrors the very same scenario Nora came up
with in their previous meeting. As clues emerge, pointing more
definitively at the members of the Murder Club, Nora begins digging
for her own clues, bringing fantasy to reality. Could Liv and Charlie
be involved, and if so why?
They were all curious. Was one of them too curious?
**Only 99 cents!!**
Gemini Brandy Nacole is a writer of urban fantasy books. She is the author
of the Shadow World series and the Spiritual Discord series published
by Ponahakeola Press. A reader from a young age, Brandy has always
loved folklore and stories of beings that go bump in the night.
Brandy lives in Arkansas with her husband, three never stopping kids, two
snooty cats, two very lazy bearded dragons, and one mellow turtle.
She is a member of the Ozark Romance Authors in Springfield,
Missouri. Whenever she’s not reading or writing, Brandy is spending
her time outdoors wheeling, hiking, playing amateur photographer, and
enjoying a good laugh.
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