HIS BROTHER IS DEAD HALFWAY AROUND THE WORLD. HE’S NOT GETTING THE WHOLE TRUTH.
The first thrill-ride mystery in the Amazon #1 bestselling David Wolf Series.
Deputy Sergeant Wolf’s ex-wife is in back in the picture, jealousy of his upcoming promotion to sheriff is escalating to violence, and a boy has just been reported missing–a lot of action for a ski resort town in the middle of the Colorado Rockies.
All that trouble falls to background noise, however, when Wolf learns his brother has just committed suicide in northern Italy.
Devastation and resentment of his sibling’s selfish act is short-lived, because Wolf knows one thing is for certain: his brother would never kill himself.
Or would he? A nagging suspicion there’s more to the story is enough to pull Wolf from his volatile life, to Lecco, Italy–a picturesque city along the shores of Lake Como, where danger lies amid the ancient cobblestone alleys.
With the aid of a beautiful Carabinieri agent, can Wolf piece together what really happened to his brother without suffering the same fate?
Foreign Deceit is the first of the 13-book David Wolf Mystery Thriller Series.
The novels have earned over four thousand five-star reviews on Amazon and have been downloaded over a million times to Kindles around the world.
If you’re a fan of David Baldacci, Nelson DeMille, Lee Child’s Jack Reacher, C.J. Box’s Joe Pickett, Robert Ludlum’s Bourne and Janson, John Sandford’s Prey Series, Craig Johnson’s Longmire, Michael Connelly’s Harry Bosch, Jonathan Kellerman, Robert Dugoni, and Stuart Woods, then you will be sucked into this page-turning David Wolf mystery-thriller.
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