Available February 24, 2015
"Lane delivers a confident, engaging Florida tale with a
cast of intriguing characters. A solid, entertaining mystery."
Jenny Spencer is missing after a violent encounter on a beach. Her aunt, Susan Blake, asks wisecracking PI Jake Travis to intervene. Susan and Jake had only spent one dinner together, and both felt and instant attraction. Jake walked away. He was, and is, committed to Kathleen.
As Jake and his partner, Garrett Demarcus, close the circle on finding Jenny, they discover that Kathleen’s past ties to organized crime and Jenny’s life are strangely entwined. They fight a two-front battle to find Jenny and protect Kathleen.
But by protecting Kathleen, will Jake become the type of man she could never love? Does he have a choice?
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When Jake Travis is contracted by his ex-Army colonel to retrieve a missing fifty year-old Cold War letter, he quickly finds himself entwined in a world where the line between good and evil becomes increasingly blurred. The letter, written in 1961 by a CIA operative who met a mysterious demise, has ended up in the possession of Raydel Escobar. Assisted by his partner Garrett and neighbor Morgan, Jake relentlessly pursues the enigmatic Escobar and soon discovers that he is involved in far more than simply blackmailing the IRS in exchange for the letter.
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"(Lane) has created a winning hero in Jake Travis, someone who is super-skilled, super-fit, glob, oddly bookish, and funny as a stiletto..."
"...with its solid structure and fast pace, Lane's story makes a worthy new entry into the suspense genre."
—ForeWord Clarion Reviews, Five Stars
"...a captivating book of lies and deceit as well as love and loss."
—Reader's Favorite, Five Stars
"...well written, nail biting novel...excellent!"
—Futures Mystery Anthology Magazine
"(Lane's) characters are sharp, witty, and have a depth that many authors can't or don't often give them...Lane use dialogue and description beautifully."
—In My Words