Series: Sophie Katz

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Seven Swans a' Shooting: 12 Days of Christmas series (A Short Story) by Kyra Davis
Sex, Murder and a Double Latte by Kyra Davis1
Passion, Betrayal and Killer Highlights by Kyra Davis2
Obsession, Deceit and Really Dark Chocolate by Kyra Davis3
Lust, Loathing and a Little Lip Gloss by Kyra Davis4
Vows, Vendettas and a Little Black Dress by Kyra Davis5
Vanity, Vengeance and a Weekend in Vegas by Kyra Davis6

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Meet Sophie Katz, everyone's new favorite heroine. She's sassy, hip, intelligent and unapologetically obsessed with Starbucks. As a biracial woman living in San Francisco she is inherently tolerant of the alternative lifestyle choices of those around her but she draws the line at murder.

Enter the world of Sophie and her creator Kyra Davis and you will discover why it is never a good idea to tick off a woman who is heavily caffeinated.

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