Henery Press 10/1/2013. New paperback. Store pick, recommended by Nancy M.: A despicable politician, a ruthless divorce attorney, troubled teens and characters with more skeletons in closets than you can count all come together in this fan Signed by author.
CLEVERLY REVEALING PSYCHOLOGICAL THRILLER... "An edgy page-turner that pulls the reader into a world where image is everything and murder is all about image. Great start to a new series " - Erika Chase, Author of The Ashton Corners Book Club Mysteries Philadelphia image consultant Allison Campbell is not your typical detective. She's more familiar with the rules of etiquette than the rules of evidence, prefers three-inch Manolos to comfy flats and relates to Dear Abby, not Judge Judy. When Allison's latest Main Line client, the fifteen-year-old Goth daughter of a White House hopeful, is accused of the ritualistic murder of a local divorce attorney, Allison fights to prove her client's innocence when no one else will. But in a place where image is everything, the ability to distinguish the truth from the facade may be the only thing that keeps Allison alive. Praise for KILLER IMAGE: "Wit, charm, and deliciously clever plot twists abound in Wendy Tyson's Killer Image, first in her new series of mysteries featuring intrepid image consultant Allison Campbell. The author has a knack for creating characters with heart, while keeping us guessing as to their secrets until the end. Readers will eagerly await her next book in the series." - Mary Hart Perry, Author of Seducing the Princess "This cleverly revealing psychological thriller will keep you guessing...as the smart and savvy Allison Campbell (love her ) delves into the deadly motives, twisted emotions and secret intrigues of Philadelphia's Main Line." - Hank Phillippi Ryan, Mary Higgins Clark, Agatha, Anthony and Macavity Award-Winning Author of The Wrong Girl "Nancy Drew gets a fierce makeover in Wendy Tyson's daringly dark, yet ever fashion-conscious mystery series, beginning with Killer Image. Tyson imbues her characters with emotional depth amidst wit, ever maintaining the pulse rate." - Deborah Cloyed, Author of What Tears Us Apart and The Summer We Came to Life "An intriguing psychological thriller. The book reminded me of Jonathan Kellerman's Alex Delaware series...I loved the book, it's dark and hopeful at the same time. Five stars out of five." Lynn Farris, Mystery Books Examiner for Examiner.com