Meet David Wagers, a cool, collected and incredibly handsome Private Investigator in the New York City area. David is hired to investigate the unsolved murder case of Courtney Tabbin, a popular, young woman with a promising future. Along the way, David encounters some interesting and suspicious characters and a complex office drama. Was Courtney’s murder just a random act of violence, or something more personal?
While digging deeper for answers, David also manages to juggle an understaffed office and even forms an alluring, new friendship with Victoria under the unlikeliest of circumstances. With impeccable skills of observation, deduction and razor-sharp instincts, David moves steadily towards solving the case but not without a few twists and turns, and managing to turn a few heads along the way.
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About the Author
Sherrie Sushko is the author of three books, Remain, Lost Love and Work & Wagers. When not writing or reading, Sherrie also enjoys music and spending time with her family and two dogs. Sherrie currently resides in the United States.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
David Wagers is a Private Investigator who has been hired to look into the murder of Courtney Tabbin. Courtney was murdered about a year ago and the police had been unable to find the killer. Courtney was working in the legal department of Well Metro, a health insurance company, at the time of her death. The night she was killed, she was supposed to meet with some of her co-workers for dinner, but never showed up. In the course of his investigation, David found that Courtney had been pulling away from her old friends, which may have caused some friction. While looking into the people at Well Metro, David meets Victoria Carols. Although she is unaware of it, she replaced Courtney in the legal department. Victoria agrees to help David by "asking around" at work. Victoria discovers that there was some jealousy between Courtney and one of her co-workers. David is pretty sure he knows who killed Courtney, but can he prove it? Will helping David put Victoria's life in danger? The story is very well written with good character development, however, there could have been more background information on David Wagers. The story seems to be more of a "Can we prove it" than a whodunit mystery. I am definitely looking forward to more books in this series.