BV's Mysteries in Crime Time
BV Lawson’s books have been downloaded in over 140 countries and translated into Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian. The Scott Drayco series has been honored by the American Independent Writers, Maryland Writers Association, named Best Mystery in the Next Generation Indie Book Awards, chosen as a Featured Library Journal Self-e pick, and been a finalist for the Derringer, Shamus, and Silver Falchion Awards. Library Journal said of the series that they‘re “Worth putting on your reading list.“ Find out what 200,000+ readers have discovered when you purchase your copy today!
After crime consultant and former classical pianist Scott Drayco is bequeathed a rundown Opera House, his hopes of a quick sale are soon dashed when a client is found murdered inside, the letter “G” mockingly carved into his chest. Drayco must navigate a maze of affairs, jealousy, and a missing manuscript—while dealing with nightmares from his last case—before the tensions in Cape Unity explode into more violence, and he becomes the next victim.
Scott Drayco gets a worried call from a friend on Virginia’s Eastern Shore about an attack on a young girl in a wheelchair. The local Sheriff believes it was just an accident, but Drayco isn't so sure. Knee-deep in the middle of a case in Washington, D.C. involving murder victims in wheelchairs, Drayco has to quickly discover if he's dealing with one monster or two if he's to prevent more tragedy and save an innocent girl’s life.
Three years ago, Scott Drayco left the FBI after an incident involving his partner, Mark “Sarg” Sargosian. Now a freelance crime consultant, Drayco often helps law enforcement on cases, but he never imagined his estranged former partner would turn up on his doorstep, pleading for Drayco’s help. A co-ed at an elite private college has been murdered, and the victim's friend, Sarg’s own daughter Tara, might be the next target. And what does a mysterious music code found on the victim’s body have to do with the crime? As Drayco races to solve the puzzle, he finds himself playing deadly games with a killer.
Crime consultant Scott Drayco is already in the middle of a possible career-ending legal battle when word comes that his mother, who disappeared 30 years ago, is very much alive—and charged with murder. Investigating the murder victim’s colleagues, Drayco learns there are plenty who wanted the man dead, including a shadowy stalker who seems to have a mysterious connection to Drayco’s mother. As he wades hip-deep into secrets, lies, and cons, Drayco begins to question if the case is all just part of an elaborate scam ... where the only one being fooled is Drayco himself.
Can a piece of music be cursed? A song linked to suicides is found with a victim's body, but was it really suicide—or a cleverly disguised murder? After a series of puzzling incidents, and crime consultant Scott Drayco starts suffering from depression himself after playing the sonata, can he be sure of what's real or what's imagined?
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