By His Own Hand by Neal Griffin audiobook

By His Own Hand

By Neal Griffin
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Brilliance Audio 9780765395580

The Newberg Novels: Book 3

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LOS ANGELES TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR “Add Neal Griffin to your list of must-read crime writers!” ― Tess Gerritsen, author of the Rizzoli and Isles series “With crackling dialogue, dead-on police procedure, and a smart, feisty heroine in Detective Tia Suarez, Neal Griffin delivers.” ―Tami Hoag, New York Times bestselling author “Engrossing. Griffin paints a vivid picture of the difficulties of police work, in particular the harassment Tia endures from her male colleagues on account of her gender.”―Publishers Weekly It looks like suicide. The body of a young man has been found in the woods outside Newberg, dead from a close-range shotgun blast. The gun―his own―lies beside the body. Certain things don’t add up for Detective Tia Suarez. Where did the fat envelope of cash in his pocket come from? Who called the police to report the body, then disappeared before the cops arrived? The trail leads Tia to an institution for juvenile incarceration and to the leader of a local mega-church, a political and economic powerhouse in the region. Newberg’s mayor and the medical examiner keep trying to close the case. But what if it isn’t suicide? What if this young man’s death is covering up something that will shake the town to its foundations? Los Angeles Times bestselling author Neal Griffin burst onto the scene with Benefit of the Doubt, which introduced Tia Suarez, the only female―and Latina―cop on the police force in tiny Newberg, Wisconsin. Griffin’s compelling suspense novels show that big-city crime regularly plagues small-town America―that Breaking Bad is the rule, not the exception. The Newberg Novels Benefit of the Doubt A Voice from The Field By His Own Hand

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LOS ANGELES TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR

“Add Neal Griffin to your list of must-read crime writers!” ― Tess Gerritsen, author of the Rizzoli and Isles series

“With crackling dialogue, dead-on police procedure, and a smart, feisty heroine in Detective Tia Suarez, Neal Griffin delivers.” ―Tami Hoag, New York Times bestselling author

“Engrossing. Griffin paints a vivid picture of the difficulties of police work, in particular the harassment Tia endures from her male colleagues on account of her gender.”―Publishers Weekly

It looks like suicide.

The body of a young man has been found in the woods outside Newberg, dead from a close-range shotgun blast. The gun―his own―lies beside the body.

Certain things don’t add up for Detective Tia Suarez. Where did the fat envelope of cash in his pocket come from? Who called the police to report the body, then disappeared before the cops arrived?

The trail leads Tia to an institution for juvenile incarceration and to the leader of a local mega-church, a political and economic powerhouse in the region. Newberg’s mayor and the medical examiner keep trying to close the case.

But what if it isn’t suicide? What if this young man’s death is covering up something that will shake the town to its foundations?

Los Angeles Times bestselling author Neal Griffin burst onto the scene with Benefit of the Doubt, which introduced Tia Suarez, the only female―and Latina―cop on the police force in tiny Newberg, Wisconsin. Griffin’s compelling suspense novels show that big-city crime regularly plagues small-town America―that Breaking Bad is the rule, not the exception.

The Newberg Novels
Benefit of the Doubt
A Voice from The Field
By His Own Hand

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Author Bio: Neal Griffin

Author Bio: Neal Griffin

Neal Griffin is a cop turned writer from Escondido, California. He grew up in small town Wisconsin, and after a stint in the Marines, joined the force in Southern California. Prior to working on his first novel, Benefit of Doubt, Griffin honed his writing skills by filing police reports.

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Available Formats : CD
Category: Fiction/Thrillers
Runtime: 10.57
Audience: Adult
Language: English