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  • 11/2015
  • 9781515323099
  • 322 pages
  • $12.99
Goslyn County

A mostly black community with its roots in farming, Goslyn, Virginia lay just south of the State’s Capital. The once small, close-knit county had grown rapidly in the past two decades and boasted a population of just over fifty thousand. But the county’s crime stats had grown as well, and the latest offenses included several break-ins and rumors of a meth lab. Time had brought many changes, and many of the longtime folks of Goslyn no longer recognized their community and longed for days gone by.
Goslyn PD Detective Olivia "Ollie" Winston loves her family and friends and shows it through her sense of humor. Just like her neighbors, she too worries about the recent events, and it's her job to find out who's behind the crime spree.
While investigating three burglaries, Olivia meets IRS Special Agent Maureen Jeffries who is pursuing a tax fraud suspect. Their cases are connected, and both soon discover they have much in common, personally and professionally.

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In McKnight’s appealing debut, rapid population growth in the community of Goslyn, Va., comes with a price—a dramatic uptick in crime, including burglaries of three tax refund offices belonging to businessman Bertrand Lewis. When Goslyn PD Det. Olivia Winston investigates, her inquiries intersect with those of Maureen Jeffries, a veteran IRS special agent, who’s looking into the burglaries to see if they’re connected to dozens of fraudulent tax returns Lewis’s company had prepared—possibly the product of his sloppiness with his clients’ data, and possibly the result of something more sinister. The latter theory becomes more probable after Lewis is attacked. Meanwhile, Olivia and Maureen fall hard for each other and eventually become involved romantically. (Readers should be prepared for some explicit sex.) The author’s especially good at making her leads realistic, and many will hope that their stories continue in a sequel. McKnight is off to a promising start. (Self-published)
Formats
Paperback Book Details
  • 11/2015
  • 9781515323099
  • 322 pages
  • $12.99

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