K.A. Masson: Alter Ego


Alex Kendrew has a healthy libido and is dating online at a furious pace. It’s not just sex she is looking for, as a single parent of a seven year-old boy, she’s looking for a loving connection.

As she moves from one-night stands to quasi relationships, she meets Mal and her heart is fully engaged. Sadly, it’s short-lived when he returns to a former girlfriend. Alex is crushed and has a hard time getting over losing him.

When the police come banging on her door and arrest her for the attempted murder of Mal, she has to find out in the name of god would want to frame her for the crime.

Alter Ego is a debut thriller by K.A. Masson who lives in the UK. Keep an eye out for her books!

~ June Lorraine

Murder in Common is a Feedspot Top 100 Crime Novel Website

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