Irene Riley worked for Los Angeles County her entire career, primarily in Health Services. She traveled frequently to Sacramento and Washington D.C. testifying on governmental relations and financial issues.
She attended law school, became an attorney and worked for County Counsel. Ms. Riley is retired and resides with her husband in Southern California. She has three children and four grandsons.
Sergeant Jones, Acting-Chief of the Prescott, Arizona’s Police Department, finds herself facing a double homicide. Two of five elderly ladies are found dead at a Cafe where they have lunch together every Thursday. The Medical Examiner suspects poisoning. Over the next four days, Jones is entangled in a complicated investigation with a very unusual ending.