When Jane stumbled over the body of her best client she didn’t think her week could get any worse. But her parents were right: getting a roommate on Craigslist had been a bad idea. Now homeless and broke, the offer to be live-in help for her dead client’s grief-stricken son is an offer she can’t refuse. Will trying to solve the mystery of the death be a help, or another one of Jane’s bad ideas?

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About The Author

Traci Tyne Hilton is an author and playwright. Her book Good, Clean, Murder won the Mystery/Suspense category in the Christian Writers of the West Phoenix Rattler Contest, and was a finalist in the Write Integrity press Books of Hope contest. Traci and her family live in the rainiest part of the Pacific Northwest.

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