Trapped. Betrayed. Desperate.
Could you betray your family to buy your freedom?
From NY Times and USA Today best-selling author Patricia Loofbourrow....
The one secret which could destroy everything....
After financial disaster and the zeppelin bombing, the far-future, domed, neo-Victorian city of Bridges is reeling. Three of the four Families are implicated, and an inquest is called to investigate.
After her failure to prove Jack Diamond's guilt in David Bryce's kidnapping and the murders of her informants, private eye and mobster's moll Jacqueline Spadros has had enough. While she and her former lover Joseph Kerr try to learn who killed their family friend, they also begin making plans to leave the city.
Her tormentors, however, are just getting started. As their web of lies and forgery draws ever tighter, Jacqui begins to see how deep the conspiracy against her and the Spadros Family really goes.
When she's called as a witness in the inquest, the secrets Jacqui has kept over the years come back to cause her serious trouble. Will she be able to escape Bridges? Or will she be forced to face the terrible consequences of her lies and trickery once and for all?
This is part three of a 13-part serial novel:
Note: While it's not mandatory to have enjoyed The Jacq of Spades and The Queen of Diamonds, it's highly recommended that you do so before venturing forth.
Warning: language, alcohol/smoking, sexual content, infidelity, and attempted rape.
The drama in this series is intriguing. This 3rd installment seemed so short, I can't wait for what is coming next! This author has done a great job and the audio voice is so diverse.
Welcome to part 3 of the Red Dog Conspiracy with the Ace of Clubs. I believe this is the best of the first three books thus far. But I had to remind myself that this is a 13-part serial novel! Quite interesting, eh? Indeed. The plot begins to take shape in this book when more secrets are revealed and things are brought out into the open. The Family crime drama continues…
Narrator Machelle Williams has a sweet voice and has a way of luring into the story. Each book gets better with her performance and familiarity with the characters. I’ll do a full review of the her performance soon on the AudioSpy.