Murder for Comfort

Our detective has been paged out to look into the disappearance of Sheila McCowell, a wealthy divorced mother of two daughters When two picnickers discover her horribly beaten dead body, the missing person complaint becomes a front page homicide investigation Welch has just one lead from an astonishingly clean crime scene a cryptic sexually charged email from someone wOur detective has been paged out to look into the disappearance of Sheila McCowell, a wealthy divorced mother of two daughters When two picnickers discover her horribly beaten dead body, the missing person complaint becomes a front page homicide investigation Welch has just one lead from an astonishingly clean crime scene a cryptic sexually charged email from someone whose existence has been a closely guarded secret The pressure is on Welch to find the killer Written with the technical authenticity of an experienced law enforcement officer s background, there s violence, romance, intrigue, conspiracy, and a plot filled with twists and turns that will keep you guessing right up to the end.
Murder for Comfort Our detective has been paged out to look into the disappearance of Sheila McCowell a wealthy divorced mother of two daughters When two picnickers discover her horribly beaten dead body the missing p

  • Title: Murder for Comfort
  • Author: John L. Work
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 473
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Murder for Comfort”

    1. This is another in the series of Detective JD Welch novels.Detective JD Welch is a veteran cop but the murder of Sheila McCowell is of a ferocity unparalleled in his career and experience and without any clues he's going nowhere fast in solving it. The husband is always the first suspect but Jim McCowell, the ex, looks clean. Welch needs a break but will he get one? Then two more murders occur and very quickly all three seem to be linked. Adding to his late night dreams about the case is his att [...]

    2. Good story. But the New Zealand references!! Omg! Nowhere in New Zealand would you go out to a restaurant and have a ‘ground beef’ (which we call mince) pie! And no one calls women Sheilas!I was confused why the story talked about the Australian govt having anything to do with NZ law. The 2 countries are quite separate!And I guessed the ending.So while I did enjoy it the NZ references were uncomfortable for me to read. So wrong.

    3. The title belies the content in this enthralling story by John Work. There are no heavy sex scenes in this novel, no banter between characters, or romantic attachments in the traditional sense. This is pure police work making for a refreshing change - but at the same time, sex, lies, greed and gruesome murder abounds! The twists and turns in the plot make for a great read and a feeling of repulsion over the pitiless machinations of the murderers. The pace of the investigation is fast and the rea [...]

    4. Not a true story but as good as oneSo many twists and turns in this book I didn't guess the ending until the very end. Can't wait to read more in this,series.This is a very good author.

    5. Enjoyed this book. I assume it was fiction but there must have been alot of research done to include all of the factual statments included. I had figured out the end of the book as I neared the end, but hoped I was wrong. I wasn't.

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