To prove his innocence, she'll have to believe the impossible.
Officer Kate Murphy's uncle is like a father to her. When he's arrested for murder, she's his only hope.
After a few off-the-record conversations with Luke, an awkwardly attractive forensic technician, Kate knows something doesn't add up. And when a host of politicians and homeless people begin to die all over the Northeast, Kate suspects they're somehow connected to her uncle's case.
To prove the innocence of the man who took her in after her parents were murdered, Kate must make an incredible leap of faith. But she's not prepared for the stunning discovery that calls everything into question.
The Last Hope is a gripping standalone thriller with some sci-fi elements and a dash of romance. If you like mind-bending whodunits, sizzling sex scenes, and tenacious heroines, then you'll love this unconventional police procedural.
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About the Author
C.C. Jameson is an ex-military officer now wanderlust-driven author. Other than politically unstable countries, those with visa restrictions, or where only the wealthy can live, no place is out of bounds for the single, adventurous writer.
The author currently lives somewhere along the coast of Mexico, where blue skies meet turquoise waters, and cold beers and lime margaritas reign as the best thirst quenchers.
Spending time alone in nature and writing at home are some of C.C.'s favorite activities. Hobbies include listening to live music, learning new languages, reading tons of books, and making up stories for readers to enjoy.
The name C.C. Jameson was born out of two authors' imaginations while chatting at a bar somewhere in Florida. Drinking was involved, of course, because it's one of C.C.'s favorite activities and a must for the introverted author while in social situations. As for the C.C. part, it corresponds to the author's real first initial, but doubled because it sounded better. Plus, that's how many people refer to Canadian Club.
So, C.C. Jameson is not just an anonymous author's pen name, it's a drinking name, too.