Darlene Cox returns with sequel ‘Diamond Cut Diamond’

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Author presents next chapter of mysteries as begun in earlier work, ‘Web of Deceit’

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When Peter Brock was found slumped over his office desk early one morning, his death prompted questions: Why would this young successful attorney take his own life?

Author Darlene Cox doesn't disappoint in crafting the sequel to her very successful novel, "Web of Deceit." Described by the author as "an armchair mystery," “Diamond Cut Diamond: ‘Web of Deceit’ – Continued ...” (published by AuthorHouse) takes another look at the costs of greed, limits the sex, and skips the gratuitous gore and violence of some other popular mysteries.

When Peter Brock was found slumped over his office desk early one morning, his death prompted questions: Why would this young successful attorney take his own life? Jack Morrison, Peter’s law partner, knows why, as does Peter’s administrative aide, Bernie Baranski. What Jack does not know, and is eager to discover, is what happened to the millions of dollars Peter purportedly had embezzled from James Campbell, a wealthy New York City diamond dealer? He suspects Bernie knows, but isn’t telling.

As these two very intelligent and devious adversaries circle each other, the question becomes: Who will survive this classic and very dangerous game of Diamond Cut Diamond?

“Diamond Cut Diamond”
By Darlene Cox
Softcover | 5 x 8 in | 354 pages | ISBN 9781477299999
E-Book | 354 pages | ISBN 9781477299982
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Darlene Cox resides in Seattle. She welcomes visitors to her website, http://www.darlenecox.com. She is also the author of three other books: “A Little Bit of Larceny,” “Web of Deceit” and “Pearl.”

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