In DiAnn Mills' new novel, The
Chase, Tigo Harris is dead serious about his job as
an FBI agent in the Houston office, tracking down gun
smugglers and gang hoodlums. But when TV
reporter-turned-women's fiction author Kariss Walker spies
the Buzz Lightyear watch he's wearing, she knows there's
more to the devoted special agent than meets the eye.
Tigo and Kariss could use a light moment. Together, they're
tracking down the monster who starved a little girl to
death, a cold case reopened (thanks to Kariss) that is
strangely connected to Houston gangs and Mexican border gun
racketeering. Tigo and Kariss might be attracted to one
another, but they have to focus on finding the child's
murderer. And the closer they get to the killer, the
greater their chances of falling victim to criminals who
have them in their crosshairs.
DiAnn will send the winner in her April contest a Buzz
Lightyear watch like Tigo wears—and a copy of the
launch book in her Crime Scene: Houston series, The
Chase. The Buzz Lightyear watch is standard
issue for every "Big Time Space Hero" (no wonder Tigo wears
one—he's got the hero business down pat!). And the
watch comes in a keepsake tin.
Who could forget an unidentified little girl who was found
starved to death in the woods behind a Houston apartment
complex five years ago? Certainly not Kariss Walker, a TV
news anchor who reported on the story.
Now a New York Times bestselling women's fiction author,
Kariss is compelled to turn the unsolved case into a
suspense novel, to solve the murder in fiction, if not in
real life. Kariss persuades FBI Agent Tigo Harris to re-open
the case, and together they solve the crime in a collage of
suspense, faith, and romance.
But the search for the dead girl's missing mother yields a
discovery that plunges the partners into a witch's brew of
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Contest ends: April 30, 2012