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AJ Golden becomes the famous Shotgun Sister when she wins the race to a gun-safe and obliterates the two serial-killers who have invaded her stepfather s home and raped her sister. However, it is her sister, Amy Elizabeth, who desires fame and fortune. When investigator Jonah Aaron meets AJ in a Nashville karaoke bar, he has a new hot girlfriend, and he and country music promoter, Milton Brandenburg, become the keys to AJ s plan to catapult Amy Elizabeth to stardom. Along the way, Jonah uncovers a tale of incest, murder, an unexplainable death, and a sabotaged anti-cancer drug study. www.richardsteinbooks.com
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