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Brighton Publishing signs Beth Otto for her second novel, “Maggie Vargas: To Catch a Killer”
Author Beth Otto delivers another captivating read as her heroine, Maggie Vargas, uses her psychic ability to capture a serial killer before he strikes again
For Maggie, being a psychic in Rockford, Michigan has its own share of ups-and-downs. Now, caught in a love triangle that even she couldn’t have seen coming, Maggie must come to grips with her emotions as they are torn between two men—Nic Rossi and Danny O’Brian.
As her reputation as a psychic grows, she becomes known to many of the area’s more influential people and her opportunities to make a difference continue to rise, but…
…so do the challenges she must face.
Recently unemployed from her social worker position, Maggie finds herself free to assist an ex-boyfriend-
Her psychic ability is quickly put to the test, and time after time Maggie lives up to her name.
It doesn’t take long, though, before she recognizes that she is being stalked. As the investigation hits a little too close to home, her greatest fear is that…
…it’s the same shadowy killer that she’s hunting.
When more bodies begin to surface in the local rivers, Maggie’s ability shifts to a new level. Now, with the help of law enforcement and her dear friend, Debi, she must utilize all of her psychic ability if she hopes…To Catch a Killer.
“Demonstrating her perceptive writing style, novelist Beth Otto delivers a properly dressed drama that provides everything a demanding public could want,” said Kathie McGuire, director of Brighton Publishing LLC. “Maggie Vargas: To Catch a Killer ramps the excitement way up—top-notch quality from a brilliant writer.”
Author Beth Otto grew up in a small suburb of Grand Rapids, Michigan. She attended Grand Valley State University, and was lucky in love when she met her husband of twenty-four years while vacationing in Hawaii. Today, they live with their sons in northeastern Wisconsin where she continues to stay true to her “inner girl” in a house full of men. Ms. Otto’s first novel, “Maggie Vargas: ON THE RUN (http://www.amazon.com/