PRICE TO KILL by Catherine Bruns


The second book in the very good Cindy York series. She is now working for Jacque Forte, a fellow real agent estate who has his own agency. She attended her high school class reunion as she hopes to get a listing for the host’s home, Ben Steadman. He is the brother of her very best friend, Paul during her school years. She discovers her friend dead and his death was ruled a suicide. At the reunion a time capsule is open and she received a letter from her Paul making it clear, he did not commit suicide. Cindy and Jacque set out to find out her murder her friend. Her daughter is trying out for the cheerleader. As the owner’s wife, Michelle was a cheerleader Cindy asked her to show her daughter some cheerleaders points and is dismayed when Michelle began to give her daughter expensive gifts. Cindy is struggling with stomach problems through most of the book. Will Cindy find out who kills Paul? Is Cindy able to close her first million dollars sale?

I highly recommend this book and series.

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8 Responses to PRICE TO KILL by Catherine Bruns

  1. bmary8222 says:

    I’m glad that you read this and enjoyed it so much.

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