Someone is committing murder in Flint, Michigan, leaving a black Jack of Spades as a calling card. Jack Beauregard, a state trooper Colonel with gubernatorial aspirations, is desperate to solve the case and secure the election. Circumstantial evidence points to a cantankerous old local, John Garrison. Amy Fraser, a beautiful and aggressive defense attorney, is hired to represent him, but Amy has demons of her own. Abused as a child, she is haunted by recurring visions and ghostly apparitions. She fights for John, and for her own sanity.
Despite a lack of adequate evidence, Beauregard continues his quest to railroad Garrison; his political ambitions more important to him then the truth. Several subplots evolve around a bevy of small town characters.
Find out what the real truth is, or isn't, in Shaun Webb's gripping mystery novel, Black Jacks. The game begins, and Jacks are wild.
©2012 ShaunWebb (P)2015 Shaun Webb
The narrator was so well-versed and her voice inflections were right on the money.
Yes. There were multiple plot lines and the writer brought them all together very well.
No. But I will.
Can Amy defeat her ghosts and save the old man from death?
Very well done. I will be looking for more titles by these artists.
Absolutely. I love the characters I created, especially Amy. It was a lot of fun to write.
Amy's face-offs with Jack Beauregard. The chemistry was great. Also Amy's confrontations with her "other" self.
Old Man Garrison...hand's down. She nailed the old geezer.
As I was writing it, I never knew which way it would shift. I went with the flow and let the book basically write itself.
Nice narration by Anna Castiglioni. She handled the characters with enthusiasm.
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