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ON ASHER LANE, SOME SECRETS ARE WORTH KILLING FOR... Simone's mother was murdered when she was thirteen.
When her father was convicted, everything changed. Overnight, Simone went from living in a wealthy white neighborhood to scraping by. Ten years later, Simone has given up on her dreams and lives a quiet life, writing book reviews and getting serious with her boyfriend.
But with a true crime documentarian hounding her for a scoop and a surprise encounter with her childhood next-door neighbor, Hunter, the past seems set on haunting her. And after Hunter reveals that his father and her mother had a years-long affair, Simone is determined to find out who really killed her mother. Simone is convinced that all evidence points to Hunter's father, a renowned judge who had everything to lose if his affair-and his nascent love child-came to light.
Playing the game from all sides, Simone enlists Hunter's help in her investigation into his family-whether he realizes it or not.
But is she so desperate for closure that she'll risk imploding her carefully rebuilt life?Praise for Someone Had To Do It 'Sexy, thrilling and provocative' Heat'Fresh and, at times, exceptionally funny dialogue, as well as the lively characters, add to the book's fast pace' Courier'A promising writing debut' Daily Mail