by Jeff Buick
Are you in the mood for a gripping, cold case mystery? Look no further than "The Wrong Side of Murder" by Jeff Buick. Boston homicide detective Aislinn Byrne is determined to solve the twenty-year-old case of her friend Darina's murder. As she digs deeper, she uncovers connections to organized crime and a web of deceit that leads her to question who she can trust. Meanwhile, Curtis Westcott, head of Boston Homicide, reopens the unsolved murder of Darina's father, bringing him face to face with dangerous gangsters. As the investigations intertwine, both detectives realize they are being watched by the killer, adding an element of danger to their pursuit of justice. This taut and intense thriller will keep you on the edge of your seat until the very end. Don't miss out on this atmospheric crime novel that has readers raving. Grab a copy of "The Wrong Side of Murder" today.
“Taut, intense, and intriguing. The crisp dialogue and quick pace will snag readers and keep them hooked. Buick does it again in this gritty, atmospheric cold case mystery.”
—Steven James, bestselling author of Every Wicked Man
Prom night and Darina was having a great time – until someone killed her and stuffed her body in a wall.
Now, twenty years later, Boston homicide detective Aislinn Byrne is staring at her friend’s dehydrated body, draped over a chunk of broken drywall. For two decades Aislinn wondered what happened to Darina – how and why she disappeared without a trace. Aislinn works the case hard, but it’s a convoluted path to the truth. Darina’s father, Alexi, was running organized crime rackets and was murdered six months before she went missing. The obvious question boils up to the surface – are the two murders connected – and if so, how?
Curtis Westcott, head of Boston Homicide, reopens Alexi’s unsolved murder and that puts him head-to-head with a trifecta of powerful gangsters. It’s a wall of silence, but Westcott gradually begins to peel back the layers. As he and Aislinn share information and both investigations move ahead, one thing becomes clear – the killer is still out there and watching their every move.
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