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In a drafty hotel. In the middle of November. Can she do it?
Or will she add another homicide to her honeymoon? This is the second story in the Ella Westin Mysteries.
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Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations. View or edit your browsing history. Get to Know Us. English Choose a language for shopping. She doesn't want a repeat of that time she was with a group of strangers and she blurted out her frustration at her car. Invaluable training that allows writers to add to our arsenal of knowledge and skills that we can then draw from as we sit in our comfy homes and write about events that we otherwise would not have experienced.
When informed that we were there to learn how to kill people and investigate crimes, they got into the spirit and answered our questions in depth. Our instructors answered questions, showed us equipment and then let us loose with the blacklights and goggles. Iridescent specks glowed to life. But samples had to be collected and sent to them and here we were playing crime scene technicians!
During the Academy, Lee asked me what my favorite activity was. Hands down — FATS; a computerized training scenario for police officers. My daughter and I were partners. The trainers showed us how to load our Glocks. We found a guy alone in a room reaching into a dresser drawer.www.atletismoextremo.com/components/155/1379.php
Honeymoon Homicide (Ella Westin Mysteries Book 2)
We ran through five different scenarios. I adored Joy, the police dog and her no nonsense handler. The firefighters committed arson — just for us. We got to feel the heat, hear the crackling flames and watch the black soot and smoke rise and choke out the sky. Catherine Netter. She really impressed me. The behind-the-scenes look of what women deal with as prison guards was so surprising I might write a new series featuring a female guard! Did you know that female officers tend to command respect and authority with the male prisoners easier than male guards do?