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Interview with Diane Kelly about her newest novel Death Taxes and Hot Pink Leg Warmers


Death, Taxes, and Hot Pink Leg Warmers (Tara Holloway Series #5)  




Today's interview is with a former Assistant Attorney General turned novelist Diane Kelly-want to find out why she says––"

In my job as an assistant attorney general I represented the Texas State Board of Public Accountancy in disciplinary actions against CPAs. I was fairly young and naïve at the time, and was shocked to discover how much white-collar crime was taking place and that CPAs were actively involved in perpetuating all types of financial frauds. 


click the link for the whole interview and a really great contest