Murder on False River
"Listen to me . . ." Savannah tried to call out from her hospital bed, but no one could hear. In a coma, she could not communicate the dangers she had discovered as her happily-ever-after world crumbled around her.
While her race for political office had uncovered a web of scandals and lies, it paled in comparison to the darker secrets surrounding her husband, Michael. If she could speak again, Would it be too late?
In the highly anticipated sequel to Murder on False River, a shooting at the Louisiana State Capitol sends shockwaves through Baton Rouge . . . and leaves Senator Savannah Devereaux's stepson, Dylan, in critical condition. Not since Governor Huey P. Long has there been a shooting at the capitol, and the already politically charged city is on high alert.
Is there a sinister plot designed to manipulate and take control of the State of Louisiana? What is in the mysterious missing envelope that triggered the shooting? When speculation meets actual fact, it's hard to know who to trust or what to believe. In this fast-paced political thriller, even the ghost of Huey Long is rumored to be roaming the halls of his beloved state capitol at night, searching for answers.
UNDERWRITING IS MURDER
"No, Don't Shoot!" Margie grabbed the police chief's arm as he was taking aim; instinctively he swung around. There was a loud explosion as the gun went off. Henry dropped to his knees beside her and began crying out, "Oh my God, what have I done?"
In shock and disbelief, Mel watched from her vantage point outside the window. An extra surge of adrenaline shot through her body, reminding the relatively new private investigator she had to quickly distance herself from the unimaginable scene just witnessed.
Mel had been hired to follow Margie by her husband, Seth, in order to find out if his wife was having an affair. Little did she know that the horror viewed scarcely minutes earlier was only a preview of what was to come, as she is thrown into the middle of what may be the strangest and most bizarre murder investigation she will likely ever know.