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Gator Bait

Packi Walsh is a sixty-something widow who volunteers at a wildlife preserve near her Ft. Myers home. She’s grown fond of Big Joe, an old gator living in a pond in the preserve. That’s why she jumps into action to save him when authorities declare Big Joe be destroyed for killing a man. Packi saw him floating face down in the water. She’s the one who called 911, and she’s positive the man was dead before Big Joe clamped his jaws on him and dragged him under the water.

With the help of her tennis team pals, she sets out to prove Big Joe’s innocence. But in the process, she uncovers disturbing clues pointing to murder. Now Packi must unmask a ruthless killer before he makes her into gator bait.

Gator Bait is the first book in Meeks’s new Tennis Team Mystery Series. She crafts believable characters you’ll want to spend more time with. A fun and fast-paced read.

Reenee On The Run

BookSamantha and Reenee are back in Lydia Ponczak’s latest novel, Reenee on the Run. This time the girls are squaring off with Aiden Bretzon, a nemesis from their past intent on making them pay for sending him to prison. The story shuttles between the nineteen-eighties, when Reenee was a Radio City Rockette, and the present, where, once again, she and Samantha find themselves at Aiden’s mercy after he kidnaps them. The two gutsy gals have to outsmart, out-maneuver, and out-muscle Aiden and his cohorts if they are to survive. Laced with Ponczak’s trademark humor, Renee on the Run is a fast-paced read that shouldn’t be missed.