At the same time, a new parolee risks her freedom to nurture a vendetta against anyone named Stanislawsky. Allies unknown to Mickey try to stop the trouble heading her way, but the parolee is determined.
While Mickey works her case, two more women are found dead, and they appear to have a connection to the first victim. She’s all but solving this alone, as her partner, Detective Daniel Ladenster, is increasingly scarce. He’s got secrets of his own, secrets that force Mickey to defend them both from certain death.
About the author
Jennifer Lewis Williams, a recently retired lawyer, has gleaned some of the reasons why individuals betray those closest to them, and what motivates criminals to do what they do, from her years handling criminal cases. She received a B.A. degree in English from the University of Kansas (creative writing emphasis) and a J.D. degree from Washburn University School of Law. A Kansas native, she resides in a Dallas suburb with her furry friends: a cantankerous and moody Chihuahua and a rescued Siamese cat. She is a member of Mystery Writers of America, Southwest Chapter; Sisters in Crime (national); and Sisters in Crime North Dallas. She loves reading science fiction, mysteries, and tales about the Old West.