Ever wondered what the seedy underbelly of Toledo looks like through the jaded lens of a Juvenile Court lawyer and retired Ohio Militia Brigadier General?
Charlie Rowell is just as colorful in person as his characters are in print. The former Georgian spins a tale of his life the way he writes his mysteries— he leaves a trail of breadcrumbs in the form of conversation clues, giving you just enough to keep readers on the edge of the seat.
For Rowell, life is an inspiration. The story begins with a year grudge involving the brutal murder of a teenage boy, a former lover of Ms. A suspicious TPD Sergeant, Quentin Van Easter, relies on the sage advice of his retired partner, but keeps close tabs on Masters anyway, refusing to let the past lie. Who killed Jerry Tully all those years ago, and why?
And who is Ella Mae? There are eyes everywhere in the Glass City, no matter which side of the muddy river you call home. in. Log into your.
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