A former Dayton TV anchor is now a published book author.
And what do you know -- it is about a TV reporter.
"The Big Lead," the first book in a three-part Stella Reynolds Mystery series penned by formed WDTN anchor and reporter Libby Kirsch, was just released through Sunnyside Press.
The murder mystery follows reporter Stella Reynolds on her first TV news job in a small town in Montana.
“I am so excited to launch into a new career with a really fun book. Mystery readers will love the pacing, and I hope that everyone will really enjoy the story,” Kirsch said in a press release.
Originally from Worthington, Kirsch worked for WDTN from 2002 to 2010.
She and her family lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan, where she is a freelance writer and mother to three young kids.
The family moved to Michigan six years ago for her husband's job at the University of Michigan.
Kirsch's book is available now in paperback ($12.99) and eBook ($2.99) on Amazon.com.
Here is a description:
"In The Big Lead, new TV reporter Stella Reynolds takes her first on air job in the tiny town of Bozeman, Montana. A strange coincidence during her first week on the job has her delving deep into the town’s first murders in years. Stella relies on an unlikely group of friends, colleagues and neighbors to go undercover and solve the crime, before she becomes the next victim. With laugh out loud on air mistakes, a dreamy love interest, a trio of possible suspects, and a truly momentum building finish, The Big Lead will leave mystery fans guessing until the last chapter."
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