by Bill Briscoe


by Bill Briscoe



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What happens when a mistake from the past threatens to derail the future?
Retired pro football player Jim Pepperman is about to lose everything to the secret he's locked down for eleven years--that he got into a bar fight with a stranger and might've left him for dead. It doesn't really matter that it was self-defense. Nightmares are stealing Jim's sanity, guilt is carving out pieces of his soul, and his silence is driving a wedge between him and his wife. Desperate to confess, he visits his dad's grave and tells the only person he can. When Jim is almost shot leaving the cemetery and letters threatening his life show up, he begins to wonder if someone has finally discovered what happened that night.
Ex-Air Force Colonel Sean Halpin is an intelligent, meticulous, special investigator for the Newark Police Department. Assigned to Jim's case, it's Halpin's job to sift through clues that make no sense. As the threats escalate, he's put on a countdown to uncover the real story before it's too late. But his top two suspects have iron-clad alibis, and Jim may be covering up the crucial evidence Halpin needs to save his life.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161907207
Publisher: Bill Briscoe
Publication date: 08/11/2018
Series: The Pepperman Mystery Series , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Bill Briscoe grew up in the oil and gas refinery town of Phillips in the Texas Panhandle. Bill describes it as the perfect place to grow up.
After graduating from college with a Master’s Degree in Education, he spent most of his career working for a major insurance company as an agency manager and consultant.
When he’s not writing, Bill spends time enjoying various hobbies, including going to sports venues across the country. Bill has seen baseball games at Wrigley Field in Chicago, Camden Yards in Baltimore, as well as St. Louis and Arlington. One especially memorable trip was to South Bend, Indiana, to watch a Notre Dame football game. He has also attended college football games at Baylor, the University of Texas, Texas Tech, Ole Miss, and the University of Oklahoma.
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