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Compelled by a dark secret from his past, private investigator Reed Ferguson takes on his most unique case yet: bodyguard for young, spoiled trust-fund baby Stephanie McMahon. As Reed tries to protect her from her father's enemies, he gets more than he bargained for. Things are not what they seem, no one can be trusted, and the past has a way of coming back to haunt us. And when suspicious deaths begin piling up, Reed knows he might be next.
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From the author of This Doesn't Happen In The Movies, a listeners' favorite finalist in mystery, comes another great suspense story with a dash of humor!
Denver private investigator Reed Ferguson is at it again!
Marijuana store owner Jodie Lundgren suspects that someone is trying to steal her newly developed process for growing marijuana faster and cheaper. She hires Reed to see if this is true or part of her stoner imagination. Reed goes undercover as an employee in Jodie's store, and he soon discovers that selling weed can be a dangerous business. It doesn't take long before Reed uncovers secrets and lies that lead to murder. But can he find the killer before his secret identity is discovered?
Along with the usual cast of characters - Reed's girlfriend, Willie, his tech-savvy best friend Cal, and the none-too-bright Goofball Brothers - that listeners have grown to love, The Lady Who Sang High is full of suspense and humor and cleverly pays homage to film noir.
EAST LANSING — Three women charged in connection with the beating of a Michigan State University student with a baseball bat in March will stand trial on assault and destruction of property charges. Tierra Hubbard, 20, Madison Reed, 19, and Chinonye Nwangwu, 18, all of Detroit, were bound over for trial Thursday in a preliminary hearing. Ryah Kelly said she was struck in the back of her head with a baseball bat about three times and sprayed with pepper spray after she was ambushed by the women March 6 outside her Spartan Village Apartments home. Police said Hubbard struck Kelly with a baseball bat, and that Nwangwu initiated a physical fight with Kelly based on an ongoing disagreement. Michigan State University Police Detective James Terrill testified that Hubbard admitted striking Kelly with the bat. Terrill said Hubbard agreed to write an apology letter to Kelly. "She said that she hit the girl with a bat, and that I could write that down" in her statement, Terrill said. Terrill said Reed was "the mastermind" of a plan to lure Kelly out of her apartment. The women are also charged in connection with damage to Kelly's car and the theft of her iPhone. Reed's attorney, Carla Marable, said her client's role in the incident was an act of "youthful indiscretion. " Marable sought a bond reduction for Reed, who plans to attend Oakland Community College. "It's far, far more serious than a youthful indiscretion," Larkin said. Kelly earlier testified that an acquaintance called from a car and said a mutual friend was drunk and needed help. Kelly said she walked toward the acquaintance's car and noticed a woman hanging out of the left side. As she approached the car from the right side, Kelly said, Nwangwu exited the car and physically attacked her. Kelly's infant daughter was inside her apartment at the time of the incident. Source: www.freep.com
The Evergreen State College's Class of 2015 graduated at 1 p.m. Friday at Red Square on the college campus in Olympia. .. Taya J. Patty, Andrew L. Pawlicki-Sinclair, Laura M. Paxson, Joseph P. Pemberton, Helen K. Pendergraft, Danial M. Penn, Lisa M
20, Madison Reed, 19, and Chinonye Nwangwu, 18, all of Detroit, were bound over for trial Thursday in a preliminary hearing. Ryah Kelly said she was struck in the back of her head with a baseball bat about three times and sprayed with pepper spray
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