Thursday night, a young veteran’s throat is slashed in a parking lot. Friday morning, an older women dies of a heart attack when she realizes her bank account has been cleaned out. The homicide-scene evidence points to the man’s cheating wife, but when Detective Jackson finds bizarre materials in their home and a link to a phony charity, the case gets complicated. When another man is killed, Jackson and his team decide to follow the money—but can they find the trail before anyone else is murdered?
“L.J. Sellers does it again! She’s one of the few authors I’ve read who just gets better with every book. If you’re a Jackson fan, what are you waiting for? Click the purchase button. If you’re looking for a solid series, get them all right now.”—Peg Brantley, mystery author
“An exciting read all the way through, with a great surprise ending.”—Jodie Renner, editor
“OMG! Talk about suspense to the end! I loved it!”—Tammy Massey, reader
L.J. Sellers is an award-winning journalist and the author of the bestselling Detective Jackson mystery/suspense series: Secrets to Die For, Thrilled to Death, Passions of the Dead, Dying for Justice, and Liars, Cheaters & Thieves. Her novels have been highly praised by Mystery Scene, Crimespree, and RT Reviews, and the series has been on Amazon Kindle’s bestselling police procedural list. L.J. also has four standalone thrillers: The Sex Club, The Baby Thief, The Arranger, and The Suicide Effect. When not plotting murders, she enjoys performing standup comedy, cycling, social networking, and attending mystery conferences. She’s also been known to jump out of airplanes.
To learn more about L.J., please visit her website.
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