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Also by Tami Hoag:

The 9th Girl, June 2013
Hardcover
The 1st Victim, May 2013
e-Book
Down the Darkest Road, January 2012
Hardcover
Secrets To The Grave, January 2011
Hardcover
Deeper than the Dead, January 2010
Hardcover
The Trouble With J.J., May 2009
Mass Market Paperback (reprint)
Taken by Storm, November 2007
Mass Market Paperback
The Alibi Man, April 2007
Hardcover
The Last White Knight, August 2006
Hardcover (reprint)
Dust to Dust, June 2006
Paperback (reprint)
Ashes to Ashes, June 2006
Paperback (reprint)
Night Sins, April 2006
Paperback (reprint)
Prior Bad Acts, March 2006
Hardcover
Kill the Messenger, March 2006
Paperback (reprint)
Dark Horse, June 2004
Paperback (reprint)
Still Waters, December 2003
Paperback (reprint)
Lucky's Lady, December 2003
Paperback (reprint)
Dark Paradise, December 2003
Paperback (reprint)
A Thin Dark Line, December 2003
Paperback (reprint)
Guilty as Sin, December 2003
Paperback (reprint)
Cry Wolf, August 1993
Paperback

Kill the Messenger
Tami Hoag

Bantam
March 2006
Featuring: Kev Parker
528 pages
ISBN: 0553583581
Paperback (reprint)
$7.99
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Romance Suspense | Thriller Psychological | Contemporary

At the end of a long day battling street traffic, bike messenger Jace Damon has one last drop to make. But en route to delivering a package for one of L.A.'s sleaziest defense attorneys, he's nearly run down by a car, chased through back alleys, and shot at. Only the instincts acquired while growing up on the streets of L.A. allow him to escape with his life--and with the package someone wants badly enough to kill for.

Jace returns to Lenny Lowell's office only to find the cops there, the lawyer dead, and Jace himself considered the prime suspect in the savage murder. Suddenly he's on the run from both the cops and a killer, and the key to saving himself and his ten-year-old brother is the envelope he still has--which holds a message no one wants delivered: the truth.

In a city fueled by money, celebrity, and sensationalism, the murder of a bottom-feeding mouthpiece like Lenny Lowell won't make the headlines. So when detectives from the LAPD's elite robbery/homicide division show up, homicide detective Kev Parker wants to know why. Parker is on the downhill slide of a once-promising career, and he doesn't want to be reminded that he used to be one of the hotshots, working cases that made instant celebrities of everyone involved. Like the case of fading retty-boy actor Rob Cole, accused of the brutal murder of his wife, Tricia Crowne-Cole, daughter of one of the most powerful men in the city, L.A.'s latest "crime of the century."

Robbery/Homicide has no reason to be looking at a dead small-time scumbag lawyer or chasing a bike messenger...unless there's something in it for them. Maybe Lenny Lowell had a connection to something big enough to be killed for. Parker begins a search for answers that will lead him to a killer--or the end of his career. Because if there's one lesson he's learned over the years, it's that in a town built on fantasy and fame, delivering the truth can be deadly.

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