The third installment in the Lindsey Dyson Mystery Series. Four women, four suicides, four open and shut cases. No front-page news there. But the connection is just too much for investigative reporter Lindsey Dyson to ignore.
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“My wife did not commit suicide Mrs. Dyson,” Steven declared, throwing Lindsey for a loop. He stopped pacing the floor and glared at her. His expression was dark, cold and yet convinced. “My wife was murdered.”
“But the police said—“
“I don’t give a shit what the police said!” Steven roared, cutting Roger off in mid-sentence. “The police absolutely refuse to listen to me! They think they have it all wrapped up. Open and shut case. They’re wrong and I told them so but they don’t care. They’ll do anything to get their so-called job completed as quick as possible and get back to their donuts.”
Four women, four suicides, four open and shut cases. No front-page news there. But the connection is just too much for investigative reporter Lindsey Dyson to ignore. Each of the women were top executives for a major fashion company, each were young and had a lot to live for. So why would they take their own lives? As the possibility of murder adds up Lindsey and her partner, Roger Pitman, are sent on a chase for clues, evidence, and most of all, the truth. Wrapped in a web of secrets and surrounded by doubt, as their investigation unravels can Lindsey prevent herself from becoming the front-page headline of the next edition of the Midland Press?