Award-Winning Author | Speaker
“Romance, suspense, and a fat syringe full of medical intrigue. A wild ride!” —Mark Stevens, author of the Allison Coil Mystery Series
1st Place Audio Book Winner of the 2019 CIPA EVVY Awards
Synopsis of book 2 of 3, an Annie Collins mystery series, No Pity in Death
Struggling to put her life back together after almost being murdered, operating room nurse Annie Collins agrees to help homicide Detective Alex Frost investigate a troubling number of patient deaths in the ICU step down unit at her hospital. Are the patients succumbing to life threatening illnesses or is someone helping them die?
Assistant district attorney and close friend, Angel Cisneros, worries about Annie’s involvement with Frost’s investigation, and his concern escalates after a person from her past contacts her. His feelings for her, which have grown deeper, complicate everything.
Dangerous enemies are something Annie and Angel have in common. As they quickly discover, paybacks can be hell.
“No Pity In Death…will certainly pique [mystery fans’] interest and provide rewards throughout.” —BlueInk Review (Reviewed: December 2017)
“No Pity In Death is a satisfying blend of medical mystery and romance with good local color.” —Foreword Clarion Reviews
“Love the book! The story was written in a way to want to keep me reading. This book is full of wit, intrigue, romantic tension, and keeps you guessing through out. Loved this one and Helens first book also.“ —Rae Mitchell, Amazon 5-Star Review
“I love the way this story was written. Constant page turner and a need to read the other books that Helen has written. Can’t wait!“ —Fiona Bulling, Amazon 5-Star Review
Wholesale discounts available, inquire at [email protected]. ISBN: 978-0-9992461-3-9 Trim: 6″ x 9″, Pages: 260 Published by: Routt Street Press
Explore more Helen Starbuck books
Sign up to the Helen Starbuck Newsletter and get the first chapter of No Pity In Death free!
OR nurse Annie Collins agrees to help Denver Homicide Detective Alex Frost investigate a troubling number of patient deaths at her hospital. Are patients succumbing to their life-threatening illnesses or is someone helping them die?