Thursday, October 2, 2014

Meet Halie Davenport

My name is Halie Davenport. I’m a student at the University of Richmond. In terms of the world, I’m a nobody. It’s my father who is important. He’s the mayor of Albany, New York. That’s right, nothing like being under the microscope for everything I do. Let’s just say that for the most part I’m happy my parents are there, while I am here. There’s something to be said for having distance from the parents. Somehow, the little things they do—like parenting—are more bearable this far away.

Anyway, life was never dull, but it wasn’t a riot either, until the day I got bound to this chair. I'm not sure if it has to do with something going on at school, or if it ties back to Dad. I just hope somebody hurries up, though. I hate the dark and I’m starving.

Find out more of Halie's story in Politics is Murder, a McKinley Mystery.


Here's the overview:

For Sean and Sara, a local television interview turns into a high-profile investigation. The host's niece has gone missing, but the girl isn't just anyone, she's the daughter of Albany's mayor.

Not knowing whether she's run away, been kidnapped—or worse—murdered, Sean and Sara set out to get the answers. It will have them using all the resources at their disposal. 

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