Sylvester (Sly) Jones is a lawyer who moved to Centerville to get away from the corruption and injustice he saw running rampant in Chicago. It didn't take him long to find out that for all its placid facade, his new town could be just as troubling. A former client of his is found dead, and it appears as if the only person in the town who cares at all is Sly. He soon finds himself investigating her death, even though the pursuit of the killer may end up costing him his job, his law license, his wife, his very existence.
Would you try another book from Markus Kane and/or William L. Sturdevant?
I really enjoyed the narrator in this story. He is what made it worthwhile to continue listening to the story. I would give this author another I didn't particularly love the book nor did I particularly hate it eithe. It just wasn't for me.
Which character – as performed by William L. Sturdevant – was your favorite?
The attorney because he wouldn't let a town forget about an abused orphan.
Do you think Mystery, Ink: The Girl My Town Forgot needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?
Not for me I wouldn't care to continue the story but for others that enjoyed this book there is a hook to go into a second book.
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