June 1, 2013 (Matthews, NC) — Life in the District (print: 978-1-938108-29-7 | ebook: 978-1-938108-28-0) is the newest novel from Supposed Crimes, by debuting author Lucy di Legge.
In Life in the District, Adrienne Firenze is a D.C. police detective who has lost her passion for being a cop. While taking time off to emotionally and physically recover from an on-the-job injury, she meets the irresistible Stella.
Soon after meeting, Adrienne makes a series of bad decisions in her personal life, sabotaging her long-term relationship and ignoring the sage advice of those people closest to her.
Supposed Crimes is thrilled to share a new author. Life in the District is available worldwide in print and electronically at Amazon.
About the Author: Lucy draws on her experiences from living and working in various cities in the U.S. and abroad. When she’s not writing academic papers, she avidly reads and writes fiction, tends her container garden, and explores city neighborhoods. She has also published a short story, “Best Service in Town”, as part of the Island Girls anthology (ISBN: 1593500610).
About Supposed Crimes LLC: Supposed Crimes, LLC, based in Northern Virginia, publishes lesbian-interest fiction and holds the rights to the richest, freshest pieces by C. E. Case, Geonn Cannon, Adrian J. Smith, and V. R. Merrymore. More information, including media kits, is available at http://www.supposedcrimes.com.