Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Lead Poisoning by J.E. Seymour

J.E. Seymour lives in a small town in seacoast NH.  J.E.’s first novel, “Lead Poisoning” was released by Mainly Murder Press on November 1st, 2010.  She has had short stories published in three anthologies of crime fiction by New England writers - “Windchill,” “Deadfall,” and “Quarry;” in Thriller UK Magazine, and in numerous ezines, including Shots, Mouth Full of Bullets, Beat to a Pulp and Shred of Evidence.   J.E. is the markets coordinator for the Short Mystery Fiction Society and a member of Sisters in Crime and Mystery Writers of America.  http://jeseymour.com/

Mob troubleshooter Kevin Markinson thinks New Hampshire is the perfect place to retire with his family.  But his family doesn’t want to see him and it’s not that easy to retire from his profession.  Then there’s the fact that he is also a fugitive, on the run for a crime he didn’t commit.  Things go downhill fast as he struggles to balance his home life and his job with his need to keep moving as the law starts to catch up with him. 

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