Breaking Steele - Aaron Patterson & Ellie Ann

Breaking Steele

By Aaron Patterson & Ellie Ann

  • Release Date - Published: 2013-07-02
  • Book Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
  • Author: Aaron Patterson & Ellie Ann
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From USA Today and New York Times bestselling author Aaron Patterson!

Who is Sarah Steele? The successful, happy ADA or the wild, angry vigilante?

Sarah Steele has a lot to prove. Foster care brat turned successful Assistant District Attorney, she's enjoying her magical pumpkin carriage ride but knows she is only one mistake away from landing on the curb. When she's given an open-and-shut case regarding multi-millionaire Hank Williams and his murder of young Tracy Mulligan, Sarah's determined to win. But when everything goes wrong, and there's a killer on the loose, she isn't prepared for who the real battle is against: herself. Is she really willing to do anything to take Hank Williams down?

Fans of Detective DD Warren (Lisa Gardner), Scarpetta series (Patricia Cornwell), Kinsey Milhone series (Sue Grafton), thrillers, women sleuths, and women detectives will enjoy Breaking Steele!

The Sarah Steele Thriller Series:
Breaking Steele
Twisting Steele
Melting Steele

New York Times and USA Today Bestselling hard-boiled thrillers by Aaron Patterson:
Sweet Dreams
Dream On
In Your Dreams

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