Edited to Death

By Linda Lee Peterson

EditedtoDeath

November 2013
Paperback | $15
ISBN 978-1-938849-34-3

ebook | $7.99
ISBN 978-1-938849-32-9

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THE STORY OF A SMART WOMAN WHO MADE A DUMB DECISION—AND DECIDED TO FIX IT HERSELF

If Maggie Fiori doesn’t have it all, she’s got plenty: A job at a chic San Francisco magazine, a handsome attorney husband, two beautiful sons, and a comfortable life in Oakland. But her smart mouth and everyday life as a magazine editor and loving wife and mother camouflage a dark secret. The camouflage comes off after murder strikes the magazine, and Maggie can’t rest until she solves the murder—and saves her marriage.

Edited to Death is now available in both e-book and paperback formats.

ALSO BY LINDA LEE PETERSON
The Spy on the Tenessee Walker
A Maggie Fiori Mystery
November 2015
Paperback ISBN 978-1-938849-61-9
ebook ISBN 978-1-938849-62-6

The Devil’s Interval
A Maggie Fiori Mystery
September 2013
Paperback ISBN 978-1-938849-11-4
ebook ISBN 978-1-938849-12-1

“Strong focus, admirable prose, and a nifty story line.”
Library Journal

“Brave, if blithely arrogant, character Maggie Fiori [is] a thirtysomething Oakland writer/know-it-all sleuth/Volvo-driving wife and mom who solves the murder of her boss, the urbane editor of a chichi regional magazine.”
San Francisco Chronicle

“If you are a Susan Isaacs fan, you will love Linda Lee Peterson’s journalist-turned-sleuth, Maggie Fiori. This is a San Francisco and Oakland story with sparks flying as wisecracking Fiori, with her razor-sharp wit and rampant curiosity, sets out to find out who killed her editor boss. I couldn’t put the book down. A very satisfying read for mystery lovers.”
Jacqueline Winspear, New York Times bestselling author of the award-winning Maisie Dobbs mysteries

Linda Lee Peterson is the author of two Maggie Fiori mysteries, Edited to Death and The Devil’s Interval. A frequent speaker on communication and marketing topics, Peterson has also written several nonfiction books, including The Stanford Century, On Flowers, and Linens and Candles and is a contributor to national publications, including the Chicago Tribune. A longtime San Franciscan and an alumna of Stanford University, Peterson now lives in Portland, Oregon.

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