Author: William Cain

Category: Mystery and Crime Fiction

Regular price: $2.99

Deal price: Free

Deal starts: September 14, 2021

Deal ends: September 14, 2021


"Amazing mystery with great characters!", "Definitely catches you right from the beginning!"Murder, Mystery, Mayhem and Intrigue....In this dark women's sleuth murder mystery series, romance and suspense spice up the adventures of Detective Henson, as she investigates a gruesome murder.A wealthy, mysterious man, living in a small town of the Blue Ridge Mountains, finds his wife brutally killed. During Henson's investigation of the crime, she meets the son of a strange witness and yes... falls in love. Their romantic connection is instant, but not without doubt and intrigue.The case leads our detective directly into the underworld of Chicago and Miami. She encounters seedy characters, crime families, professional killers, fight club champions, spying housemaids and goomahs.She also finds the widower to be a dangerous criminal, and that he has a human side - even when he's surrounded by enemies. Someone murdered his wife and now they want him to meet his fate. And he's not waiting. He's got an army of killers at his disposal and he's going to use them.A hitlady with a reputation is on her way to seal his destiny!If you like strong one of kind female characters determined to find the most heinous psychotic killers, even if it means entering into the dark and dangerous underworld, then follow this psychological mystery series and super cop Henson on her thrilling adventure of murder, mystery, mayhem, and intrigue.Praise for Mrs. Jones"The author has captured the humanity of his characters in this twisting and surprising plot. Fast moving and very entertaining.""Mrs. Jones was a great quick read. Definitely catches you right from the beginning! Looking forward to reading Book 2.""There is mystery, mobsters, FBI, policemen, romance, hitmen. The ending was not what I expected. The epilogue was the only part of the book that I would have wanted to change. And that Of course was at the very end. I highly recommend this book."