A Case of Infatuation

A Case of Infatuation Crime Beat Reporter Mitch Malone s rules are simple He never lets the blood and guts he covers bother him He always works alone And he hates kids Mitch breaks all three rules when he unwittingly agree

  • Title: A Case of Infatuation
  • Author: W.S. Gager
  • ISBN: 9781892343581
  • Page: 329
  • Format: Paperback
  • Crime Beat Reporter Mitch Malone s rules are simple He never lets the blood and guts he covers bother him He always works alone And he hates kids Mitch breaks all three rules when he unwittingly agrees to smuggle a potential witness out of a suburban Michigan home while police investigate a mob style hit that s left two dead bodies Mitch sends his intern a real hottiCrime Beat Reporter Mitch Malone s rules are simple He never lets the blood and guts he covers bother him He always works alone And he hates kids Mitch breaks all three rules when he unwittingly agrees to smuggle a potential witness out of a suburban Michigan home while police investigate a mob style hit that s left two dead bodies Mitch sends his intern a real hottie, but nonetheless an interloper to interview neighbors, hoping to throw her off, but when he finds the pint sized survivor the killer overlooked, he decides she might be helpful When the FBI accuses him of the murder, Mitch goes into hiding with the bombshell intern who doesn t talk and the precocious preschooler Mitch works his contacts to regain his freedom from his roommates only to find they each hold keys to a bizarre story of disappearances, terrorists and the perfect hamburger recipe Review Blurb Great combination of gritty prose and sparkling dialogue along with a most intriguing and unusual plot makes W S Gager s debut crime novel a true page turner Highly recommended F M Meredith, author of No Sanctuary Author Bio W.S Gager has lived in West Michigan for most of her life except for stints early in her career as a newspaper reporter and editor Now she enjoys creating villains instead of crossing police lines to get the story She teaches English at a local college and is a soccer chauffeur for her children During her driving time she spins webs of intrigue for Mitch Malone s next crime solving adventure.

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    1. Murder, Mystery and Suspense with a Touch of RomanceA Case of Infatuation.Mitch Malone is a crime reporter and he is very good at his job. The reason he is so good is that he has no emotions. He never allows himself to feel anything for the victims and he works alone. All he cares about is getting a good story. Until he is forced to team up with rooky reporter, Petrenka – beautiful, laconic and incredibly desirable. She is also very good at her job, and for similar reasons. Despite resenting h [...]

    2. I'll admit I approached W.S. Gager's debut novel A CASE OF INFATUATION feeling hesitant.The cover and title seemed to have "romance novel" written all over them. But I started reading and, while the book has romantic aspects to it (or at least a healthy dose of lust on the main character's part), I wouldn't describe this as a romance novel. It reads much more like a suspense-thriller with dashes of romance and police procedure folded in here and there.The protagonist Mitch Malone is a crime repo [...]

    3. Mitch Malone is a top notch newspaper reporter who is known for his persistence in sniffing out the story. He's a loner, not a team player. But all that changes in "A Case of Infatuation" by W.S. Gager when Patrenka Peterson is hired as an intern and is paired up with him. At first, although he lusts after Patrenka, Mitch resents her intrusion in his story but he comes to respect her abilities, not realizing that she has another agenda. He also doesn't know that a five-year-old little girl will [...]

    4. An Extremely Enjoyable Read.I liked this mystery novel much more than I thought I would. It was fast, fun, and a joy to read. The characters are well-drawn and lively. And the action in the story is portrayed with such a style that it keeps you interested until the very last sentence.

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