Exit Row by Judi Culbertson
ISBN: 9780062365163 (ebook)
ASIN: B00OG9067S (Kindle version)
Publication Date: March 22, 2016
Publisher: Witness Impulse (a HarperCollins imprint)
Judi Culbertson returns with a page-turning mystery that answers every frequent flyer’s fear: What happens if I never make it home?
Journalist Fiona Reina had every intention of picking up her boyfriend, Lee, from the airport and heading out for a nice dinner together. But when Lee isn’t on the plane, Fiona begins to get nervous. It seems Lee isn’t the only passenger who never arrived. Three other people are also missing. Worse, it seems they were never on the flight.
With no help from the airline, it’s up to Fiona and the friends and family of the missing passengers to discover what happened—and, more importantly, to find Lee. But when Fiona receives a mysterious note—It happened in between Denver and Taos—the patchwork team is thrust into a dangerous race against time…a race that could cost them more than who they’ve already lost.
Meet the author:
Judi Culbertson draws on her experience as a used-and-rare book dealer, social worker, and world traveler to create her bibliophile mysteries. She has co-authored five illustrated guides with her husband, Tom Randall, of such cities as Paris, London, and New York. She is also the author of the acclaimed nonfiction titles Scaling Down and The Clutter Cure.
To learn more about Ms. Culbertson, please click here for the author’s biography.
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