Who would have thought that writing a biography could be dangerous!
Investigative reporter April Longmont and private detective Clay Augustine find themselves involved in yet another case. After April receives a warning to stop writing the biography of a well-known retired judge, Clay decides to accompany her to the next interview with Judge Trulock. Upon arrival, they find the judge slumped over his desk—dead! At first, they suspect the judge may have had a heart attack. However, a closer look reveals that the judge has been shot!
What could be the motive for someone killing him? Was the judge about to reveal something from his past? Will April and Clay be the next victims?
Follow April and Clay’s adventures and budding romance in this second book of the Sea Oak Mysteries!
Adele M. Cooper is a mother, wife, and artist. When she’s not busy taking care of her family, she does everything from gardening, crafts, sewing, painting, traveling and writing cozy mystery stories. In another life, she would have loved to have been a female Inspector Poirot! As she’s also a hopeless romantic, there is always a touch of romance in her stories.