"...will keep many readers guessing until the end." -Kirkus Reviews
From a staggeringly talented new writer comes this debut legal thriller, a psychologically complex gripping tale about an idealistic young attorney on a quest for the truth. After personal tragedy strikes, the unnamed narrator must defend a childhood acquaintance who's been charged with murder.
Samantha Roe has it all – beauty, brains and a bad attitude. A natural cynic she uses her intellect to condescend to others, even her boss. But this all changes after her nephew comes to live with her and the two bond. The problem? Her globe-trotting sister returns to place her son in boarding school, much to his dismay. Will feisty Sam fight for a boy’s happiness? Yep. Stay tuned for war.
Lorinda Rivers is a public defender and a highly competitive woman. Her client, Kevin Jensen, is a man who’s facing the death penalty after being charged with the brutal murder of his ex-girlfriend. And so, before long, Lorinda is faced with a difficult moral dilemma: Should she ignore her conscience and defend Kevin aggressively, even if it means that he might go free?
On Christmas morning, Nora Winters is found shot to death in her bedroom. The previous evening, she had been talking about how she might take her own life, and since she was shot at very close range, her family initially assumes that she committed suicide. However, the police quickly discover that the gun that killed her is over fifteen feet away from where her body was found.
Four Novels contains the following novels, all of which can be purchased separately in the Kindle store: Frontier Justice, The Great Barrington Train Wreck, The Blackwater Journal, and The Road Map to the Universe.
Gabi Halsey is a Navy fighter pilot who sees and reports a UFO, even makes contact with it. She never guesses that reporting it will not only put her Navy career in jeopardy, but it will also put her life in peril. Peril not from the ETs, but from American patriots trying to control the information. Discover the real meaning of: "The Cairo Rose is Chocolate Pink."