Grease monkey Josephine Lingenfelter’s life is turned upside down when she discovers a mangled body in the vehicle she is working on. The police have ruled it an accident but her mechanical instinct revs up when she notices inconsistencies in the report.
Jo’s boss, Steve Rafferty, also smells something foul. Investigating the accident scene, both of their doubts are confirmed when someone tries to kill them. Now it’s a race against the clock to solve the murder or become victims themselves.
Trying to focus on the clues, Jo finds her attraction to Steve distracting. Will Josephine be able to check her emotions and find the killers or will she lose her heart and her life?
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A.M. Myst enjoys writing stories that make you think and consider the “what if” scenario. Nothing in life is black and white, sweet and sour, perfect and flawed. Blurred lines of the in between need to be considered. This pen name allows her to take her places her other writing names don’t allow. RaeAnne started her life’s career as an automotive mechanic. After being fired for taking maternity leave, she began to plot ways to kill off her boss via car accident, of course! Instead she started writing down her ideas and her father convinced her to spare the boss and turn the notes into a book. Her sarcastic humor and belief in happily-ever-after has turned her vendetta into a fifteen-year career. She enjoys bringing
tears and laughter into other people’s lives. Her imagination and sense of humor has morphed her writing into three other muses which talk to her often. She loves things paranormal and her writing under the pen name, RA Lingenfelter, has created two #1 international best-selling books. Her twisted minded muse loves anything thriller/suspense and her pen name, A.M. Myst has released their first mind-bending tale. She’s also released her first novel, Mechanics of Murder, under this name. The novel that started it all. She’s had four of her novels hit #1 on Amazon and hopes to earn more credentials with her writing. She lives in Colorado with her city-boy husband with four and a quarter horses, (Mr. Moonlight only counts as 25% horse) her four dogs and two incredible and also sarcastic daughters.