No Pity In Death – An Annie Collins Mystery
Struggling to put her life back together after becoming the victim of attempted murder, OR nurse Annie Collins agrees to help homicide Detective Alex Frost investigate a troubling number of patient deaths on the ICU step down unit at her hospital. The deaths are not unexpected, but Annie and Frost wonder whether someone is helping patients die.
Assistant district attorney Angel Cisneros, Annie’s close friend, worries about her involvement with Frost’s investigation and his worry escalates after she is contacted by a previous acquaintance. His feelings for her make dealing with the repercussions of both difficult.
Meanwhile, Angel and another ADA become the targets of vandalism and harassment that may or may not be related to a trial and its verdict. Is it juvenile payback for the verdict by an unhappy friend or relative of the defendant or is it more deadly than that?
About Helen Starbuck (Denver, Colorado Author)
Colorado native, OR nurse, and award-winning author of The Mad Hatter’s Son, An Annie Collins Mystery, Helen Starbuck lives in Arvada, Colorado. She writes her contemporary mysteries, set in Denver, from the perspective of Annie Collins, an OR nurse. The Mad Hatter’s Son is the first in a series and the second book, No Pity In Death, was released November 14, 2018.