Mitch learns that much of what he knows about his date and her work aren't what they seem. His world continues to twist when the police captain asks for his help and a city hall informant is found floating in the river. Mitch must keep his head down or a cute dog with a knack for finding dead bodies will be sniffing out his corpse.
Early Reader Blurbs:
"...takes twists and turns at every corner, always keeping you wondering. Mitch Malone is a reporter with a heart and a man of integrity, most of the time. This adventure takes him from cops to FBI agents and on to City Hall. Can Mitch find all the answers to a convoluted and deadly scenario? Trust me, you'll want to follow this path with him."
--Marja McGraw, Author of The Bogey Man Mysteries
"When reporter Mitch Malone hears about an explosion in a high rise over the police scanner just minutes from a planned dinner date, he hesitates only a moment before racing to the scene of the event, figuring to contact his date later and make amends for standing her up. Turns out he won't get the chance to apologize... ever. W.S. Gager has delivered a roller coaster of a ride once again...Mitch finds himself in a battle to the finish not knowing which are the good guys and which are the bad guys (and gals)...surprise after surprise. A don't-put-it-down-until-the-last-page thriller destined to be on more than one "Best of 2013" lists."
--Les Edgerton, author of Just Like That, The Bitch, The Rapist and Hooked: Write Fiction That Grabs Readers at Page One & Never Lets Them Go.
About the Author:
Award winning mystery author W.S. Gager has lived in Michigan most of her life except when interviewing race car drivers or professional woman's golfers. She enjoyed the fast-paced life of a newspaper reporter until deciding to settle down and realized babies didn't adapt well to running down story details on deadline. Since then she honed her skills on other forms of writing before deciding to do what she always wanted--write mystery novels. Her third book, A CASE OF HOMETOWN BLUES, was a finalist in the 2012 Daphne Du Maurier Award for Excellence in Mystery/Suspense.