Samantha Hartley has left the U.S. Army due to a bad injury. Now she has officially opened her private investigation office in DC.
Her newest client is found dead outside his posh hotel--a "jumper".
DC cops find her business card in his pocket and want to know everything, but Sam won't talk. There is a close tie to this client and she is determined to find out who killed him with or without the help of the DC cops assigned to the case.
Oh, and did I forget to say that one of them is handsome, with big brown eyes and...well, you get the point!
Sam may gain satisfaction, but she could lose her heart.
Linda Rae Blair has a writing style that keeps the story moving along, draws you in and makes you want to keep reading. This is evident in this book where she maintains the usual high standard she sets out in the Preston Andrews Mysteries…I loved this book and would highly recommend it.
Raleigh artist, Linda Rae Blair is the author of historic romances, modern romances, mysteries, and sagas that include all four. She has used her knowledge gained during extensive travel throughout the United States and her passion for art, history, mysteries, and scenery to create compact novels with rich characters so real you'll miss them when they're gone and places you'll swear you've been.
An avid reader who inhales novels by Nora Roberts, Sandra Brown and others in the romance/mystery genres, her imagination takes you to a variety of places and times all in the same story.
Her novels have been described as sweeping yet compact novels in an appealing style. Her characters have been praised for being full and rich characters that you will want more and more.
Ms. Blair has spent many happy hours in Virginia Beach during off-season, when the winds blow cold and hard and the salty air whips at the weather-protected palms.