Homicide Detectives Cat Leigh and Marci Welles investigate two high-profile murders. Under pressure from the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office, the partners must uncover who is murdering politicians using a nearly untraceable radioactive chemical element more commonly found in Russia than the USA. At the same time, Cat and Marci are assigned to solve the murder of Vincent Colangelo, Palm Beach County's well-known, handsome, and debonair organized crime leader. Vincent was tall, imposing, with a full head of silver hair and hard facial features dominated by a classic Roman nose. He had a confident air that intimidated even the most self-assured associates. His wife, Maria, somewhere between 40 and don't ask, is petite and beyond beautiful. The sight of her from the rear has grown men biting their knuckles with barely concealed passion. From the front, their reaction is an immediate bulge in their trousers. Maria has shoulder length auburn hair that sparks with aurulent lights reflecting off the heavy gold jewelry she wears on her wrists and around her neck. She prefers diamonds the size of moth balls in her ears and golf balls on her fingers. When Vincent is found dead, Cat and Marci must find his killer before all hell breaks loose, and Maria is not above suspicion.
About the Author
Donna Carbone is a journalist/author with many novels, screenplays and stage plays on her resume. Her insightful editorials and opinion columns have appeared in numerous publications. Since her daughter's kidnapping and rape in 2007, she has been an outspoken advocate for victims of violent crimes. Donna also advocates for better healthcare for our veterans. Her stage play, Shell of a Man, is the true story of one man's 40 plus year battle with PTSD. It was performed at the Dallas Convention Center and the Burt Reynolds Institute for Film and Theatre.