Way to Goby Jennifer Moss
Detective Ryan Doherty is skeptical when motivational speaker Jessica Way walks into the squad reporting death threats against her. After all, the threat letters appear to be in her own handwriting. But when Jessica turns up dead the next day, Ryan gets the case-and the guilt along with it. After Jessica's twelve-year-old daughter Hannah goes missing, Ryan brings in psychic empath Catharine Lulling to help find the girl-and the murderer.
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Meet the Author
Jennifer Moss was born and raised in Evanston, Illinois and is a graduate of Northwestern University. Although she received her degree in music theory/composition, Jennifer had an affinity for computers and entered the technology field upon graduation. In 1989, she relocated to Los Angeles, where she worked as an Information Technology Manager for several international law firms and dot-com companies.
In 1996, Moss launched one of the first parenting websites, BabyNames.com. At the same time, Jennifer began her writing career as a freelance author for articles about the internet industry, published in Red Herring Magazine and Working Woman. In 2008, she published her first book, The One-in-a-Million Baby Name Book (Perigee Press) as a companion to her website. Jennifer has appeared on national TV media, including CNN Headline News, MSNBC, FoxNews, CBS This Morning as well as a multitude of international radio programs speaking about names and naming trends.
Moss is an active board member of the Northwestern University Club of Los Angeles, serving as both President and Treasurer of the club. She also founded and organized the Los Angeles Female Business Owners (LAFBO), a networking group for female entrepreneurs in the greater Los Angeles area. She currently serves on the executive boards of the Crescendo Young Musicians’ Guild, a non-profit dedicated to bringing music education to under-privileged youth; and The Bully Police Squad, an organization founded by police officers to help schools define and enforce their bully prevention strategies.
Moss divides her time between Los Angeles and her home in the mountains near Yosemite National Park. She is the mother of one extraordinary daughter, Miranda Margaret, who is entering her sophomore year in college.
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Way to Go is the thrilling second book of the Ryan Doherty Mystery series. Author Jennifer Moss delivers an excellent mystery suspense with colorful characters and an intriguing plot. When Jessica Way is discovered murdered in her hotel room, Detective Ryan Doherty is assigned to solve the case. Not only must Ryan find the killer but also Jessica’s missing 12 year old daughter Hannah. There is no shortage of suspects especially given the open marriage shared by Jessica and her husband. Ryan is eager to find Hannah safe and employs the help of his psychic girlfriend, Catharine. Ryan and Catharine are fairly early in their relationship and it is fun to watch it continue to bud out. Catharine’s twin 19 year boys add tension and realism to their complicated match. Moss surrounds the reader in her world with fully developed characters and natural dialogue. The real life situations that her characters find themselves in allow the reader to fully engage and attach to them. Detective Ryan Doherty is a lovable nice guy whose relationship with Catharine is charming and romantic. I can’t wait to see more of this series. I highly recommend it!
I received the suspenseful, romantic, humorous, well written story from Goodreads Way to Go by Jennifer Moss. Detective Ryan Doherty and his partner are working on a high profile homicide. As the detectives are investigating the case, the daughter of the homicide victim is missing. Ryan's girlfriend, Catherine Lulling, is a psychic empath and is called in to help find the missing daughter. Read the highly recommended, full of mystery and suspense, engaging, well written story with captivating and humorous characters Way to Go by Jennifer Moss.