Steve Cavanagh’s Award-Winning Series is Back: This Time with a Serial Killer on the Jury

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Grace Koch, Staff Reporter

Murder. Mystery. Intrigue. You’ll find all three in Steve Cavanaugh’s TH1RT3EN. Husband and wife, Robert Solomon and Ariella Bloom were Hollywood’s hottest couple, that is, until Ariella was brutally murdered in her home. All the evidence points to Robert, and the public is against him. However, criminal defense attorney, Eddie Flynn is not so sure. He sees that the pieces of the puzzle don’t quite fit together. Read as the mystery unravels and Flynn fights for his client, and their lives.

TH1RT3EN is written from two perspectives, the first-person account of Eddie Flynn and the third-person narrative of a man known only as Kane. A criminal mastermind, Kane expertly manipulates the composition of the jury, placing himself in a position of power to fit his twisted agenda.

As an ex-con artist, Eddie Flynn is very familiar with the criminal mind. It’s clear to him early on that something more complex than Ariella’s murder is afoot. He is the only one who can uncover the truth. He not only has to try the case but solve it in hopes of proving his client’s innocence and even saving his life. See if you can solve the mystery before Eddie Flynn does.

New York Times best-selling author, Sarah Pinborough described it as, “Courtroom drama at its finest, blended with page-turning twists and characters you can’t get enough of.” A real page-turner, TH1RT3EN will have you begging for more. Luckily, this is only part of the Eddie Flynn series by Steve Cavanaugh.

Warning: Some of the scenes described in this book may be graphic and speak of mature topics unsuitable for younger readers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

https://www.amazon.com/Thirteen-serial-killer-isnt-trial/dp/1409170675
Steve Cavanaugh geniusly illustrated the cover of his book in a way that immediately captures and draws in the reader. In this case, you really can judge a book by its cover.