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Dead Man's Daughter

Dead Man's Daughter

Crime reporter Britt Montero gets more than she bargained for when a serial killer picks her as his confidante in the tenth book of an acclaimed mystery series from Pulitzer Prize–winning author Edna Buchanan.

Five years ago, a newly reunited family—a Marine, his loving wife, and their baby girl—set out on a road trip only to vanish. Their bodies were found two weeks later, gruesomely murdered. Their unrepentant killer was put behind bars and sentenced to death. Shortly before his execution, he reaches out to the only reporter he ever allowed an interview—Miami News reporter Britt Montero.

Britt is no longer with the paper and tells the murderer she wants nothing to do with him. But when a book editor from New York asks her to write a book about her crime reporting, Britt mentions her recent correspondence, and the editor persuades her to visit him on Death Row. Reluctantly pulled back into the fray, Britt is horrified to learn the killer has a few revelations: He had a female partner on the murders. She was never caught, and she remains dangerous, armed, and on the loose…

From an author who “is a master of her craft” (Library Journal), Dead Man’s Daughter is an exciting new installment in the Britt Montero mystery series.
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  • Simon & Schuster | 
  • 320 pages | 
  • ISBN 9781439159194 | 
  • June 2015
List Price $25.99
Ships on or around June 16, 2015

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Edna Buchanan
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Edna Buchanan

Edna Buchanan worked The Miami Herald police beat for eighteen years, during which she won scores of awards, including the Pulitzer Prize and the George Polk Award for Career Achievement in Journalism. Edna attracted international acclaim for her classic true-crime memoirs, The Corpse Has a Familiar Face and Never Let Them See You Cry. Her first novel of suspense, Nobody Lives Forever, was nominated for an Edgar Award.

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