Suicide Mission

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Sara Schoen
Limitless Publishing
Releases June, 21st 2015

Synopsis:

Sara Night lost her family three years ago in a car crash…
She tried to continue living a normal life, going to school, spending time with friends, and even trying to be a part of the family that took her in. She had almost gotten the hang of it, and moved past the suicide attempt.
Almost. 
Then she was torn away from her new family, her old life, and thrown into a world of guns, knifes, criminals, and where every mistake could get her killed. She was needed for what seems like an easy in-then-out mission.
That was until she got caught.
Sara then had to form an uneasy alliance with a cartel member to escape, which reveals her family’s car crash wasn’t an accident after all.
Is her new life worth more to her than revenge? 
Or will she die trying to figure out why her family was targeted?

About the Author:

Sara Schoen is wasn’t addicted reader until late in high school. She enjoys happy endings and is addicted to a good mystery. She started writing her in middle school, but her first published work was a story from junior year of high school. Amber Alert, was her debut novel, and became the first series she released. Since publishing at nineteen, almost seven months ago, she’s expanded, not only in writing abilities, but also in genre. She co writes with her partner to write mystery thrillers with a hint of romance in them. There is always a new book being written, and a lot of projects piling up that will keep her, and her readers, busy for years to come.

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