Jim West’s plans for a relaxing golf trip to Colorado Springs fall apart when he and friend Edward “Perry” Mason discover a dead body in a men’s room at a rest stop just outside their destination. A heart attack and two more dead bodies put West squarely in the DA’s sights. Worse yet, he has become an annoyance to the killer, and this guy is someone no one should annoy!
ANOTHER COLORADO KILL is the fourth book in the Jim West mystery/thriller series. In this fast paced story, Jim and friend Edward “Perry” Mason are in route to Colorado Springs to play some golf when they discover a dead body, an apparent murder victim, at a rest stop along the interstate highway.
Perry’s stress levels hit the max during the subsequent police interview. He has a heart attack and the golf outing falls apart.When the police find two more murder victims the next day, both killed with the same weapon that killed the victim whom West had discovered the day before, and the female victim has his name written on a notepad in her purse, their focus on West intensifies.
West explains that by chance both the female victim and he had eaten at the same restaurant, but at separate tables, the night before. She had been with two men at the restaurant and had left before he had a chance to talk to her. They had met a few times in the past, but weren’t close. A Sheriff’s deputy, Lieutenant Michelle Prado befriends West, and the two work together in an effort to find the real murderer.
As their relationship develops, West finds himself physically attracted to her, but does she feel the same way? Soon an attempt is made on Jim’s life and he realizes that for some reason the killer, like the police, believes that West knows more about the killings than he has admitted. Jim finds himself playing “cat and mouse”…
“Bob Doerr turns up the heat in his latest thriller, Another Colorado Kill. It’s a tale packed with suspense, keeping readers on edge as they try to keep pace with Jim West. Hold on tight as Doerr takes you along on a plot twisting read that will turn you topsy-turvy.” — John Wills, former FBI agent and Chicago police officer, and award winning author of the Chicago Warrior Thriller Series
Bob grew up in a military family, graduated from the Air Force Academy, and had a 28 year career in the Air Force, where he specialized in criminal investigations and counterintelligence gaining significant insight to the worlds of crime, espionage and terrorism. This background has helped Bob develop the fictional plots and characters in his books. Bob is now a full time author with four mystery/thrillers published. His book Cold Winter’s Kill was a finalist for the 2010 Eric Hoffer Award. His book Loose Ends Kill was awarded the 2011 Silver medal for Fiction/mystery by the Military Writers Society of America. He lives in Garden Ridge, Texas, with his wife of 38 years.
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