The Dying Breath: A Forensic Mystery

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Penguin, Oct 15, 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 240 pages
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Seventeen year old Cameryn Mahoney is the assistant to the county coroner, so she's no stranger to death. But when it's possible that the next death under investigation might be your own, things take on a whole new meaning. Cameryn thought she was done with Kyle O'Neil after his first attempt to kill her in Angel of Death. But now he's back, and he's after her again. Compelling and gripping, this newest addition to the Forensic Mystery series will have readers on the edge of their seats.


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This goes #1 for the best book I have ever read. This book is great for people who like shows like Criminal Minds and CSI.

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I loved every single page of this book. If you want a book that gives you every detail, and engages all of your senses, then this is the book for you. I highly recommend it, and all of the others in this series. Ferguson did a great job!

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Alane Ferguson is also the author of The Christopher Killer, an Edgar Award nominee, The Angel of Death, and The Circle of Blood. She lives in Elizabeth, Colorado.

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