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Product Details

  • Paperback: 234 pages
  • Publisher: Dark Oak Mysteries (May 17, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1892343703
  • ISBN-13: 978-1892343703
  • Product Dimensions: 0.5 x 8.9 x 5.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,191,544 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"W.S. Gager has a winner with the second in the Mitch Malone series. Full of well-written twists and turns, and a double shot of suspense...A smart and entertaining jewel of a novel."
--Holli Castillo, Author of Gumbo Justice
--Book Cover

From the Author

A Case of Accidental Intersection resulted from a news case in which two similar looking college coeds were in an accident and one survived and the other didn't. It was months before the families realized the mix up. I took that thought and inserted Mitch Malone into it. While the original story was an accident, Mitch find more sinister forces at work and must find out what the survivor is covering up.

More About the Author

W.S. Gager has lived in Michigan for most of her life except when she was interviewing race car drivers or professional woman's golfers. She enjoyed the fast past life of a newspaper reporter until deciding to settle down and realizing babies didn't adapt well to running down story details on deadline. Since then she has been honing her skills on other forms of writing before deciding to do what she always wanted with her life and that was to write mystery novels. Her main character is Mitch Malone who is an edgy crime-beat reporter always on the hunt for the next Pulitzer and won't let anyone stop him, supposedly.

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By the time I had finished this book, I was ready to read Mitch's other adventures.
Mark Baker
I rarely have time to carry a book around with me and read it in snips and snatches, but I had to with A Case of Accidental Intersection.
Joselyn Vaughn
This story moves quickly and I must admit once I got into it, I couldn't put it down and it kept my interest until the very end.
Evelyn Cullet

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Evelyn Cullet on February 17, 2011
Format: Paperback
Mitch Malone works the crime beat. He's a reporter with the Grand River Journal. He's not only an all around good guy, but "he's also good at coming up with plausible explanations at who the insider was who planned a bank robbery or where a suspect might be hiding when they ran. He's the police's secret weapon. He not only reports crime, he has a hand in solving it"--and so he does in his own inimitable way, in, A Case of Accidental Intersection, by pitting himself against cops, investigators and doing some careful maneuvering around hospital staff to root out a murderer.

After he's moved up from the night shift to working days by his new editor, he stumbles upon, what appears to be, a car accident, and he's on the case. This story moves quickly and I must admit once I got into it, I couldn't put it down and it kept my interest until the very end. It isn't hard to tell that W.S Gager had once been a reporter. The story is written from a reporter's point of view and in a reporter's hand. I like Mitch Malone, and I'm looking forward to reading the next Mitch Malone mystery.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Martha A. Cheves on November 15, 2010
Format: Paperback
`A twisted piece of fiberglass stuck in the dirt along the side of the road. A rear view mirror the color of cherry-red lipstick had busted off the wreckage and landed some fifty feet away, along the center line marking the do-not-pass zone. Firefighters, EMTs and policemen huddled around the still-turning belly of a cement truck that had mowed over the top of something but was itself undamaged. The realization hit me with horror. The mirror belonged to a car pinned under the orange and white girth. It now looked like an octopus with jagged sheet-metal legs protruding in all directions, rather than a fancy sports car from a showroom. I moved in the direction of a woman pacing and wringing her hands. I pulled out my ever-present small digital camera and snapped a couple of shots of the wreckage. Then one of the woman who clearly showed the magnitude of the scene without any words needed. I slipped the camera back in my breast pocket. "I'm Mitch Malone with the Grand River Journal."

Mitch Malone has just run across a wreck that will be the basis of his biggest story of his career, so far. The "accident" took place just as the elderly Elsie Dobson was looking out her window. The little red sports car seemed to just pulled out in front of a cement truck. The passengers - Dominique Pewter, heiress to Herman Steel Designs and her long time best friend Ashley Albanese. Dominique had just purchased the car as a graduation gift to herself and as the papers would soon report, was killed on impact. The passenger, Ashley, was taken to the hospital with a broken arm and head injuries. Her chances of surviving are hopeful at best.

After seeing the wreck, talking to Elsie and then to a friend from the police department, Mitch isn't convinced that this was an accident.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Grams on July 27, 2010
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Good job! I liked the first Mitch Malone book, "A Case of Infatuation". It was very good especially for a first novel. This one was much better! Loved the characters and the plot. Can't wait to see what Mitch gets into next time! Keep writing them, please!
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