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Pointe of No Return (The Dani Spevak Mystery Series), by Amanda Brice
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Aspiring ballerina Dani Spevak’s visions of sugar plums are dashed when she’s assigned to understudy her nemesis, Hadley Taylor, in the Nutcracker. Pretty, popular, and rich, that girl has all the luck. Or so she thought.
When Hadley mysteriously disappears with opening night just around the corner, Dani can’t sit idly by, even if it means losing the part. Now she’s running all over Phoenix in a race against the clock. From reality TV trophy wives to sleazy real estate developers to a possible drug ring, the cast of suspects begins to add up. Will she find Hadley before the curtain rises?
Bonus: Contains the first chapter of PAS DE DEATH, the third book in the Dani Spevak Mystery Series, which was just released this week!
What they're saying:
"The best things in life don't only happen when you're dancing...they also happen when you're reading Amanda Brice!"
- NY Times Bestselling Author Gemma Halliday
“Amanda Brice builds on her sparkling debut, Codename: Dancer, with her new book, Pointe of No Return. From the authentic atmosphere of a ballet boarding school to the recognizable humor and angst of teenage girls, Pointe of No Return hits all the right notes and kept me turning the pages.”
- Former professional ballerina Miriam Landis-Wenger, author of Girl in Motion and Breaking Pointe
“Pointe of No Return had me anxiously watching the mystery unfold. Amanda Brice provides a fresh voice and bouncy writing style that will have you entertained from the get-go.”
- Marley Gibson, author of the popular Ghost Huntress series and Radiate
Meet the Author
As a little girl, Amanda Brice dreamed of being either a ballerina or the author of a mystery series featuring a cool crime-solving chick named Nancy Flew, but her father urged her to "do something practical," so she went to law school and spent her days writing briefs and pleadings instead of fiction.
But dance and writing have remained a part of her life. Amanda was a member of the ballroom dance team at Duke University, and continues this interest by her obsession with Dancing with the Stars, so it was only natural for her to set a teen mystery series at a dance school.
Amanda is the President of Washington Romance Writers, and is a two-time finalist for Romance Writers of America's prestigious Golden Heart(r) Award. She blogs once a month or so with the Ruby-Slippered Sisterhood. She is also a popular conference presenter, speaking on basic copyright and trademark law for writers. You can visit her at www.amandabrice.net.
In her spare time, Amanda enjoys dancing, reading, cooking, traveling, and obsessing over whether Duke will beat Carolina in basketball. Go Devils!
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