by John Adam Wasowicz
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, a murder investigation relies upon a virtual street search, online witness interviews, and teleconferences to untangle a tale of jealousy and deceit.
“U.S. Attorney Mo Katz takes us through a gripping criminal investigation complicated by the coronavirus. An intriguing and fast-moving plot with plenty of intricate legal entanglements.” — James Benerofe, Editor, Suburban Street News, White Plains, N.Y.
“There’s truth in entertainment. Readers will be pulled into a murder mystery that conveys their fear in the time of the coronavirus….fear of infection and fear that no one’s in control. Into this odd present, author John Wasowicz brings a calm and determined influence: Elmo Katz, his fictional U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia. Someone whacked Jane Hutton, a sharp-as-knives prosecutor with a twisted personal life, and Katz cannot let the killer escape unpunished.” — Menahem Prywes, Global lecturer, Washington, D.C.
Release Date: September 2020