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Kill Fee

"Investigative journalist Christina Thomas and the other stay-at-home mommies she has met in Hamlin Park have put-on-hold careers. They are jarred out of their mind-numbing boredom by something dangerously amiss in their upscale Chicago suburb.

"When an odd but avuncular stay-at-home dad, a houseful of shadowy men, a creepy dentist with an eye for young busty strippers, and a secretive Israeli family move into her neighborhood, Tina's reporter-radar kicks in. Determined to uncover the breaking story that will reboot her career and spare her the monotony of writing society-page fluff pieces, she launches an investigation worthy of her Washington Post glory days. What she discovers, with a little help from her friends, will blow your mind!"


"Desperate Housewives meets Charlie's Angels in this action-packed mystery thriller by Wally Duff. Kill Fee, the first novel in the Hamlin Park Irregulars series, has more twists, turns, and thrill rides than the real housewives of Hamlin Park have bling, boob jobs, and Botox.

"Wally Duff is a professional nose picker (E.N.T. Doctor), does magic tricks for his grandchildren, and writes books, not necessarily in that order. He and his wife, Mindy, have three grown children and three grandchildren, and live with their Bichon Frise puppy, Bentley, in Omaha, Nebraska."


Kill Fee was a semi-finalist in the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Contest.


See also:
* The Kill Fee website.

* The Short Story That Turned Into A Book.

* Videomaker Richard Krevolin's YouTube page.


Comments welcome.


Posted on November 25, 2013

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