A MATTER of RESPECT, the sequel to Well of Rage
Carly Redmund’s life in Mobile looks bright. She’s hoping to become a police sergeant and her new boyfriend treats her like a queen. But her buddy is killed and SHE gets the blame.
In Well of Rage, new police recruit Carly, is about to mess up her first crime scene. She’s found evidence of a murder — but her training officer orders her to hand it over. Then he pockets it.
Dynamite! Fast-paced and action-packed, it probes the depths of racial hatred that still persists.
Jennie Helderman, award-winning author of “As the Sycamore Grows”
More books by Lynn Hesse
Another Kind of Hero
When a casket of drugs and money is found inside the Pick’n Pay in Forsyth, GA, it puts sisters Mavis and Helen at odds. Then DEA Agent Dewey Blackmon roars into town. Is I-75 a drug pipeline?
The Forty Knots Burn
A con artist trio are stuck in Atlanta without funds when the oldest member suddenly dies. Clara Shanessy Blythe must take over and pull off the risky heist of an Edward Hopper painting.
I write southern crime and mysteries where the female protagonist doesn’t always get it right the first time, but she wins in the end.
Lynn Hesse was first place winner in the Public Safety Writers Association for her first novel Well of Rage.
She was a 2018 Silver Falcion finalist with her second novel Another Kind of Hero.
[In The Forty Knots Burn] “author Lynn Hesse takes you on a mystical and magical journey with the Roma…. Be warned, for this is the lyrical ride of a lifetime.”
— Jedwin Smith, author of Fatal Treasure and Our Brother’s Keeper
Murderous Ink Press is a new crime fiction magazine in the United Kingdom with several anthologies each year. I was lucky to be included in the October 2021 issue, Crimeucopia, The I”s Have It.
My short story “Bitter Love” is about a female senior detective who is having a bad day starting with a triple homicide in Dunwoody, Georgia, and it gets worse after she arrives home to find her husband and mother-in-law hungry and waiting for her to cook dinner, but nothing prepares her for the next day.
TAMMY RUGGLES / Readers’ Favorite
Hesse has crafted a well-paced suspense novel [in Well of Rage] … Her experience as a former officer lends to the authenticity.
PIKASHO DEKA / Readers’ Favorite
[Well of Rage] captures both the essence of racism and misogyny as well as the willpower of honest, hard-working people driven by their desire to pursue justice.
[Another Kind of Hero is] just a delightful read with enough intrigue, action and flirtation to keep you turning the pages.
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