Shac here. Ramblin Scribe let Jake Hunter pull a fast one and introduce himself first. I like him, he's a law enforcement colleague and fellow dectective, but I really don't appreciate him pushing in ahead of me. Actually he did meet Cam before I did, before she came to Wexler Bend from Georgia. Helped her try and find out if her stepfather did murder her mother. I'd like to know the whole story there, maybe she'll tell me one day. He probably played that card.
Unfortunately, the deaths of two more young women bring Cam, Jake, Taylor Glass and me together again. Though the deaths, both murders, stem from different motives than those in Requiem. These girls, with no idea they were courting disaster, entered into relationships with people, some in high places, who operate in the seamy underbelly of society. And they paid a terrible price. Cam is at her usual detecting best, cooperating in her own way, with me and the Task Force to solve the case. In this case Cam comes close to losing her life again, at the hands of someone neither of us would have suspected.
You can read about it late this summer, or early fall, when Delusion for a Lonely Girl is released by Oconee Spirit Press. Next in the series from Sylvia Nickels, across all outlets, online and brick and mortar, print and digital, featuring sassy female PI, Cameron Locke.