Julie McGuire wants out as a lawyer. She's attracted to Tyler, a sexy, NY Times bestselling author, who's as much a mystery as his books.
Standing in her way is Dade, Julie's best friend and law partner, who refuses to watch her tear apart what they've worked so hard to attain. He can't understand why she'd rather write than practice law.
To make matters worse, the people around Julie start dying, making her wonder if her passion for writing might be the death of her.
Gray Bridges at the GenReview.com, says, "Killer Career is a delightful combination of love and murder. The protagonist, Julie McGuire, longs to change her job and her life. Julie soon finds herself struggling with more than the plot of her debut novel, she finds herself struggling for her very life."
Robert Walker, author of Dead On, says, "Killer Career hits all the right keys and notes! Author Mandel has hit her stride! A great read!" - For more, see Rob Walker's review at Amazon's print version of Killer Career, along with other reviews.
Austin S. Camacho, author of Russian Roulette, says, "The roller coaster of joy and horror, love and terror made me dizzy until the final surprise."
Cheryl C. Malandrinos of thebookconnectionccm.blogspot.com, says, "Once in a while you find a book that forces you to steal moments away from work, the kids and all your other responsibilities just so you can sit down and read it. Killer Career is that book."
Unwriter Ron Berry at unwriter1.wordpress.com, says, "Morgan Mandel writes an intriguing tale that will keep you turning pages until the last shoe drops."
Hagelrat at Un:Bound, hagelrat.blogspot.com, says, "I have been working long hours this week with special olympics and was failing at reading everything I picked up, putting it back on the shelf a few pages in, but this hit exactly right spot. It's a cute cover..."