JP Davis, Author
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About the Author
Storyteller at Heart
I’ve always been passionate about storytelling and impressed by the influence it has on people and the decisions they make in life. I have traveled the world as a global business executive meeting everyone from Latin American oil despots to Nepali missionaries, picking up my characters along the way.
Release Date May 5th, 2019
When an accidental death looks too freakish to be an accident, Rachael Lopez, a trigger-happy detective with a checkered past, investigates. Little does she know her stirring of the pot reveals a murder for hire program so intricate the CIA and FBI prefer to turn a blind eye for several confidential reasons. Rachael, doing what she does best, aggravates and digs until finding she is next on the assassin's list.
The Last Honest Man
In a time when Groucho Marx would say "I refuse to join a club that would have me as a member," the last honest man runs for President of the United States only to find the powers-that-be do not want an honest man in the White House, unless he is lying in state about to be buried.
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December 15, 2019
Claude Money, pronounced Monet, is a small-time financial advisor in Denim, Georgia. He, along with his friend Harry, a cross-dressing former Green Beret who owns the local gym, moonlight as private sleuths for Sheriff Fred. Their investigations to date have consisted of catching deadbeat dads or rounding up runaway goats until the box company moved to town. Les, not the meth head nephew, the other one, is murdered in Nashville, Tennessee by what appears to be a professional hit. Claude and Harry's investigation of Les' murder gets both men captured, shipped to Iraq, and wanted as terrorist Enemies of the State. Thanks to Harry's Green Beret skills, local connections, and etiquette knowledge of wearing a burqa, both men escape and must catch the murderers to clear their names, all the while steering clear of Uncle Sam's use-of-deadly-force warrant.