The Blind Trust (The 509 Crime Stories, #3)

The Blind Trust (The 509 Crime Stories, #3)

by Colin Conway

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Overview

A quiet death in a small town. A double homicide in the big city. Only a murderer knows they're connected.

Whitman County Sheriff Tom Jessup wants a nice, safe county.  Unfortunately, things are about to get deadly.

A seemingly normal death points Jessup north where he finds Detectives Quinn Delaney and Marci Burkett investigating a double murder.

Their cases are tied together by blood—family blood, but nothing else.

Or so it seems.

To further their investigation, Delaney and Burkett turn to a man they don't trust.  He's a questionably motivated officer who seems to answer only to himself. Meanwhile, Sheriff Jessup struggles to connect the cases across county lines.

As the deaths continue to mount, the four race in opposite directions, each hunting a killer in their own ways.

Will they find him before he strikes again?

Or will distance and department politics let a killer escape?

The Blind Trust is the third book in The 509 Crime Stories, a series of novels set in Eastern Washington with revolving lead characters.  If you like police procedurals with compelling personalities, then you'll love this story.

Pick up the The Blind Trust and discover this exciting new series today!

Product Details

BN ID: 2940163564057
Publisher: Original Ink Press
Publication date: 10/18/2019
Series: The 509 Crime Stories
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 201,216
File size: 676 KB

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The Blind Trust (The 509 Crime Stories, #3) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
CathyGeha 24 days ago
The Blind Trust by Colin Conway A 509 Crime Story #3 Set in the 509 area code of Washington State this series deals with various law enforcement officers dedicated to solving crimes. This story has dysfunctional families for generations, greed aplenty, murders, twisted thinking, a cop that made me wonder why he was still on the force and the police procedural aspects that lead to the conclusions Jessup, Burkett and Delaney came up with to solve their cases. What I liked: * The way the story unfolded * The police procedural aspects of the story * The twist or two that surprised me * Getting to see Dallas Nash from book two of the series * Knowing that the murders were solved * The character development * Insider insight into how police might interact with one another on the job What I did not like: * The bad guys I was meant to dislike * The blind trust that set the murders in motion * Morgan Did I enjoy this book? Yes Would I like to read more in this series? Definitely Thank you to the author for the ARC – This is my honest review. 5 Stars