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A Strange Twist of Fate by Debra Erfert - Book Tour + Giveaway

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One widow,
one killer--who will die first?

grieving Anna is determined to find who murdered her husband. Hampered by
agonizing loneliness, her obsessive-compulsive mother, and her over-controlling
father, she defies convention and the law to investigate on her own. When she
runs up against a handsome police detective who’s determined to save Anna from
herself, she has to step up her rogue search for the killer before time, and
dwindling leads, runs out.

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growing up, going to libraries felt like an adventure filled with mystery and
wonder to Debra. The hushed tones invoked secrets, and the dusty, sometimes
moldy scent of paper smelled like perfume. Leaving the library with just a
single book never happened. Years later, her love of reading turned to passion
for writing. Debra’s an award-winning artist who lives in southern Arizona
where the average summer temperatures are truly hot enough to fry an egg on the

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Character Casting

First one is Debby Ryan as Anna

The guy next to her is Wes Brown (as Detective Lee Adams).

You might recognize Meg Ryan in the next picture (as Margo Wright)

and Rutgar Hauer (as Judge Jackson Wright (Hammer Jack)

“Did you bring it?” Razor asked, stepping closer.
She brought out the baggie, her hand shaking slightly. He reached for it, but Anna moved it around her back.
“No, not until you answer a couple of questions for me. That was the deal.”
Razor had several teeth missing when he smiled. He pulled a box cutter from his pocket, sliding it open with a touch of his thumb.
A bright light blinded her.
Razor pivoted and ran away.
“No, wait, come back!” Anna shouted—pleaded. The next instant, she was shoved up against the brick wall of the bar, face first, her shoulders pinned.
“You’re under arrest for the sale of narcotics,” a man’s gruff voice said in her ear.
“No!” Anna screamed. “Let me go. It’s not real. I swear!”
“Sure, lady,” the cop said as he forced her arm behind her back.
“I can explain—please let me explain.” Anna stopped pleading when she remembered what her dad always told her. Never try telling anything to a beat cop. They won’t care, and all that could happen was you’d incriminate yourself. She needed to be careful and wait until she could call her dad for help.

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