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Clubbed to Death: A Dead-End Job Mystery
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Citations should be used as a guideline and should be double checked for accuracy. Louis Post-Dispatch for twenty-five years,  her columns focusing mostly on local issues and human-interest fare. She also hosted the local light-news television program Viets Beat , for which she won Emmy Awards in and She also began writing mystery novels and eventually left the newspaper business almost entirely to become a full-time novelist.
Viets first drew on her professional experience to produce four novels set in St. Louis and featuring fictional St.
Louis newspaper columnist Francesca Vierling and exciting speculation over which characters might represent real-life Post-Dispatch figures. By the time she had written the last of these, Viets had relocated to Fort Lauderdale , Florida, in , which became the locale for her next novels, the Dead-End Jobs series.
Viets, married for over thirty years to author and actor Don Crinklaw, is active in the trade organizations Mystery Writers of America and Sisters in Crime.
Helen Hawthorne and her new hubby Phil have opened their own P. To keep track of the suspected cheater, Helen gets a dead-end job at Fantastic Fitness, where she has to pump iron to stay employed. Then the budding agency takes on a murder case, and Helen has to move her workouts to the early morning just to keep up.
With so much weight on her aching shoulders, will Helen catch a killer-or just drop dead from exhaustion? Place a Hold You must be logged in first. Pickup at. The information below is included in your interlibrary loan request.