Conflict of Interest is a story about a professional assassin with a problem. Now, we all have work-related issues, but when Meg Harrison (the lead character from my novelette, With Friends Like These) has a work-related issue, someone usually ends up dead…
Not only has a new, and very irritating, client hired her to kill her own sister, but to top it all off, Meg didn’t even know she *had* a sister. For Meg, this is a contract that hits a little too close to home.
A “Hit Lady for Hire” novel.
Praise for Conflict of Interest… With Conflict of Interest, Christopher turns the hit-man formula on its head, and in doing so gives us a surprising and entertaining read…. — Big Al’s Books & Pals …A slick suspense… — Patricia K. Batta It’s a strange feeling to like an assassin and I wouldn’t have thought I would. After all, as a therapist, I’m more into the “let’s make people feel better” side of things. Yet there’s no question that in “Conflict Of Interest,” author Lauryn Christopher manages to portray Margaret Harrison, corporate consultant, in a such a way that I find it completely understandable that she hires out to kill people as a side gig. A girl needs to make some play money, after all. Have a little savings set aside. A nest egg, you might say. — Donna White Glaser, A Grateful Bookaholic