Murder is hard to get over. Excerpt from THE CHAIN OF LIES, a Paradise Valley Mystery: Book Three.
When a young Asian woman is found floating in the river, Emily Parker is hot on the case. It’s her husband’s murder that leaves her with a case of the chills.
“Evan, no!” Emily screamed, both arms outstretched, hysterically reaching for him. Her eyes flew open and she sat frozen in the dark for a moment, her arms still extended in desperation.
She dropped them. It was all a bad dream—the same horrifying dream she had been having night after night. The anniversary of her husband’s murder was right around the corner, and the nightmares were plaguing her more often, and with growing intensity.
She buried her face in her hands as she sat sobbing, drenched in perspiration, her damp nightgown clinging to her slender body and her honey-blonde curls sticking to her sweaty neck and forehead. Having convinced herself that she was finally recovering from her loss, she had begun to date again, but these terrifying visions were evidence she was not as over Evan’s death as she had tried to believe.
It was nearly a year ago now since Emily’s husband had been shot, close range, in the back of the head, his body found in a pool of blood, lying next to the steel file cabinet in the corner of his office.
I hope you enjoyed that excerpt from The Chain of Lies, a Paradise Valley Mystery: Book Three. There are 4 books in the series and each one can be read as a stand-alone novel. However, for maximum enjoyment, it is best to read them in order.