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Harm Limitation
By K. A. Johnson

Series Description:

Journalists chase stories. Usually stories don't chase journalists. Unless you're Downey O'Shea, a rookie reporter covering the murder of a 19-year-old college woman in October of 2003.

Used to penning mundane articles, like Binghamton's street-sweeping policy and the opening of a school bus loop, Downey is determined to prove she is worthy of covering major stories. A complex victim, ethical dilemmas, numerous suspects, and a meddling managing editor challenge her quest to find the killer. Downey won't be satisfied until the murderer is behind bars. Even if it kills her.

Harm Limitation is a high-stakes, suspenseful mystery.

 

Category: Fiction Book Chapters
Updated: Weekly
Status: Completed



Author Bio For K. A. Johnson:

K. A. Johnson has a bachelor's in journalism. K.A. worked as a reporter and copy editor before pursuing a master's in adolescent education. After teaching for seven years in an urban school district in Western New York, K.A. is now a full-time writer and freelance journalist.







Series Description:

Journalists chase stories. Usually stories don't chase journalists. Unless you're Downey O'Shea, a rookie reporter covering the murder of a 19-year-old college woman in October of 2003.

Used to penning mundane articles, like Binghamton's street-sweeping policy and the opening of a school bus loop, Downey is determined to prove she is worthy of covering major stories. A complex victim, ethical dilemmas, numerous suspects, and a meddling managing editor challenge her quest to find the killer. Downey won't be satisfied until the murderer is behind bars. Even if it kills her.

Harm Limitation is a high-stakes, suspenseful mystery.

 

Category: Fiction Book Chapters
Updated: Weekly
Status: Completed


Author Bio For K. A. Johnson:

K. A. Johnson has a bachelor's in journalism. K.A. worked as a reporter and copy editor before pursuing a master's in adolescent education. After teaching for seven years in an urban school district in Western New York, K.A. is now a full-time writer and freelance journalist.