Girls on Film
The photo shoot of a lifetime…
One week after the apparent suicide of a model with the famous Miles Anthony Studio, another body is found inside the studio, this one a woman carefully posed in front of a camera. The discovery of this body leads the SBI to believe the first death wasn’t a suicide after all. The bureau teams up with TREX to send someone in undercover to find the killer before he can strike again.
Little did Seattle beat cop Maxine Edwards know finding the body of a woman posed holding a bouquet of pink flowers inside a downtown business would start a chain reaction ending with her on both TREX’s and the SBI’s payroll as a dual agent. Max is positive they’ve made a mistake. She won’t be any good as a model, not when she prefers baggy sweats and ball caps to tight skirts and updos. In a moment of weakness, she has an uncharacteristic one-night stand with a man who she never expects to see again, let alone who turns out to be the photographer from the Miles Anthony Studio.
Just the right angle…
After an unforgettable night with a woman he only knows as Max, photographer Tony James buries himself in his work in an effort to cope with the death of two of his models. When his first appointment turns out to be the mystery woman from the night before, he takes advantage of the situation and turns her into the next face of the studio, which is exactly what Max needs to get close to who TREX believes is the killer—the reclusive Miles Anthony himself.
As Max and Tony work together, they grow closer, all the while attempting to deny the passion threatening to consume them. She can’t tell him why she’s really at the studio and risk him telling the owner, so she lies to him in the name of the law.
To capture the perfect image.
The killer always seems to be one step ahead. They are nowhere closer to finding the owner than they were discovering the first body. After nearly dying at the hands of the killer, Max makes a devastating discovery that changes everything, forcing her to make an impossible choice—let TREX tell Tony who she really is and order him to take the agents to the owner, or allow herself to be the next girl on film to catch the killer herself.
Someone is taking the term killer shot literally.