“Wild child” Chessie Partin has had enough of being branded a woman who never finishes what she starts, so when she stumbles on murder evidence implicating the local “bait man”, her tormentor, she sets her jaw and enlists the help of her suspended policeman brother, Reading, to catch the man she’s sure is a killer, but there’s not enough proof. She strikes out on her own to gather more facts to convict bait man, Rooster Cocker, and to prove he is the despicable villain she believes him to be. Chessie finds she’s only partly right when she uncovers an international sinister enterprise cloaked in mystery and disguised as a top-secret research site.
|Publisher:||Taylor and Seale Publishing, LLC|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.69(d)|
About the Author
Cincinnati and attended pre-law at Rollins.His life has been as varied as his novels.
Havlin's occupations have included tasks from systems analyst to world-wide customer service director and from licensed boat captain to football coach. He's in demand as a speaker and seminar presenter for relationship and writing skills. Havlin's passion for shing, hunting, Florida's wilderness, and its historical heritage, frequently appear in his writing and his speaking engagements. His tales are just as likely to be set in Kiev, Singapore, London, Saxonhausen or ther places in the over eighty countries he's visited. Their people and customs resonate in his novels. Known for creating memorable characters, his interjection of humor, and his carefully crafted plots, reading a DL Havlin book is always a pleasurable experience.