Stephen Mack Jones: August Snow


The ground underfoot

He walked away with 12-million dollars after suing the Detroit police department who fired him. One year later he’s back in town.

Imperiously summoned to the mansion of Elizabeth Paget, she demands he find out what is wrong with her wealth management bank.

Snow declines, he just want to rebuild Mexicantown, the neighbourhood he grew up in. Days after his visit, Paget is dead from suicide.

August Snow is a man of grace, conviction and values. He can’t let this go and the danger this brings him is vast and daunting. This 2017 debut by Stephen Mack Jones is solid. The second in the series, Lives Laid Away, has just been released.

~ June Lorraine

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2 comments

  1. This sounds like something I’ll like. Definitely on my to-be-read list!

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