Never Neck at Niagara

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Never Neck at Niagara

A Leigh Koslow Mystery Short Story Part of the USA-Today bestselling Leigh Koslow Mystery Series [6673 words] Newlywed Leigh is only too happy to tag along when her new husband's career takes him to a weekend convention in Niagara Falls. But true to her typical luck she quickly finds herself in the wrong place at the wrong time, with potentially deadly -- and almost certainly watery -- results! Chronologically, this story occurs between Never Preach Past Noon (#3) and Never Kissed Goodnight (#4). Originally published in the anthology AND THE DYING IS EASY: All New Tales of Summertime Suspense, by the Signet/NAL division of Penguin Putnam, Inc., in June 2001.

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