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“Well of Rage” features Carly Redmund, a Mobile, Ala., police recruit, who’s about to mess up her first crime scene.
She’s found evidence of a murder — a high school class ring — in the bottom of a well. Her training officer, J.C. Grey, orders her to hand it over. Then he pockets it.
Carly learns that bones in the well may be those of Terence, a missing black kid from the 1970s. What she doesn’t know is that a white supremacist group is involved.
In “Another Kind of Hero,” a casket full of drugs and money is found inside the Pick’n Pay in Forsyth, Ga., putting sisters Mavis and Helen at odds. Unbeknownst to the sisters, undercover DEA Agent Dewey Blackmon is investigating a drug pipeline running through Forsyth off I-75.
Can Dewey, a ghost and the sisters foil the money laundering scheme, as this small town rocks and rolls in criminal activity?
Sisters in Crime Book Club Discussion Questions
“Another Kind of Hero” is first place winner in the Public Safety Writers Association unpublished-fiction category.
Interview with Lynn: Words Off the Street with host BJ Schneider.
Well of Rage by Lynn Hesse is a riveting police thriller filled with drama and suspense. It carries readers on a fast-paced, intense journey for justice … It will keep you turning pages until the very end.
Well of Rage is a fast-moving, suspenseful story of a determined police recruit taking on Mobile’s most powerful politicians… Readers are going to want to hear more from Officer Carly Redmund.
Jaclyn Weldon White, author of “Whisper to the Black Candle” and “Sidetracked”
Well of Rage”is dynamite! Fast-paced and action-packed, it probes the depths of racial hatred that still persist… Hesse draws on her own experience as a detective. A great read.
Jennie Helderman, award-winning author of “As the Sycamore Grows”
Riveting story of female rookie cop struggling to solve a decades old racially motivated murder.
Sharply-honed characters… A page-turning and enjoyable read.
Author Ruth Gresh