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If you haven’t started the Zachary Goldman series, or have only read one or two, now is a great time to start! The first four books are currently on sale for $0.99 for a limited time.
This book was like 4 books in one, and each case was thrilling and almost impossible to put down. It’s the first work I’ve read by this author, and I will definitely be reading more. I’ve already recommended it to a friend who is going to read it!
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About Zachary Goldman 1–4
Zachary Goldman, Private Investigator, is flawed with a capital F.
Shattered by the tragedies of his own life, he will somehow still manage to pick himself up and dig just a little bit deeper than anyone else to find the vital clues.
Maybe being broken makes it easier for others who have faced tragedy to trust him. Walk with Zachary as he solves four cases that will stretch his abilities to the limit.
Even with his own life in shambles, Zachary Goldman is still the one you want on the case.
A case is only unsolvable as long as it remains unsolved.
This set includes:
1 She Wore Mourning — Private Investigator Zachary Goldman’s life isn’t all roses, but he tries to put his own shattered life behind him to investigate the death of five-year-old Declan Bond.
2 His Hands were Quiet — Hired to investigate the death of an autistic boy in a treatment facility, PI Zachary Goldman is concerned about the therapies he sees there.
3 She was Dying Anyway — Zachary’s ex, Bridget, is determined to discover what happened to her friend… and what was thought to be death by natural causes becomes an active police investigation.
4 He was Walking Alone — Richard Harding was walking alone when he was struck by a vehicle and died. A tragic accident that was no one’s fault. But if that was so, then why was his girlfriend so sure that it was intentional homicide?