Meet my Eggcerpt Guest, Australian Crime Thriller Author Kasia Radzka
is an author, athlete wannabe, food & wine lover, and
blogger, living with her husband and son on the Gold Coast,
Australia. A run along the coastline generally gets her muse buzzing. Meet Kasia and read about her latest title, LETHAL DISPOSAL, a Lexi Ryder Crime Thriller.
contact Kasia at firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by her website.
About LETHAL DISPOSAL
Lexi Ryder vowed to never return to the Gold Coast, but after a
desperate phone call from an old friend, she returns only to learn her friend
Was it murder or an accident?
Lexi finds herself embroiled in a game of politics,
assassinations and secrets. A world where people are not who they seem.
Detective Matthew Ryan wants Lexi as far away as possible from
him and the case. But Lexi knows too much. After a public assassination they
discover that whoever is responsible is willing to go to great lengths to
dispose of those who get in the way of their plans.
Is Lexi willing to risk her own life to seek the truth?
Money, status, and power. Some people will do anything to get
it, others will do whatever it takes to keep it.
He pushed her hard and she
slammed into the wall of the building, the rugged bricks cutting her palms as
she tried to protect herself from the impact. This couldn’t be the end. She turned to face her attacker.
recognise him. In the darkness she could just make out his features. He had a
face that could easily get lost in a crowd, olive skin, a freckle beside his
eye, and brown hair. It’s
funny the details you notice when you face your killer.
“I’ll give you whatever you want, please, take my
keys, my wallet, there’s two
hundred dollars in there, just don’t
hurt me, please,” Lexi pleaded as he pushed her against the wall.
He stared at
her. No smile. No reaction. Then she noticed the glimmer of a gun in his hand.
He pushed even
closer until she felt his lips against her ear. “You’ve been asking too many questions.”
her eyes shut and pushed him away with all the strength that she could muster
as pain seared through her body. She kicked him but he grabbed her by the neck
and pulled her towards him pressing the cold metal barrel against the flesh of
her lower back. This was it. She was about to die. And all for nothing. She
wondered if Dana had known she was going to die at the exact moment her car had
veered off the road and slammed into the tree.