A NOVEL BY
A tangled web ensnares an unlikely group of New Yorkers unaware that they are connected, from cops to criminals to corporate shills, in this thrilling tale…
New York City Detective Lily Sparr is stunned when she is inexplicably moved to the very same precinct that once upon a time had handled her own father’s murder. There, she is assigned to the case of a women's motorcycle club which has been committing acts of violence all over the city. Despite missing her former partner, Miri, and fighting the ghosts of her past, Lily dedicates herself to the case, unaware that her own sister is mixed in with the swirl of violence and chaos. After secretly reopening the file on her father’s death, Lily slowly unravels threads of history, discovering that both cases lead to corruption and betrayal at the highest levels.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Jennifer Giacalone is an author with a foot in a variety of literary worlds. Having just published her first mystery, "Loud Pipes Save Lives," she also recently placed in Noir Nation's "Golden Fedora" competition with "Candy Apple Red," a spy noir twist on a favorite fairy tale. She was nominated in 2018 for a Rhysling Award for Science Fiction Poetry, for her long form piece, "She Dreams of Tigers, Or Remembers ," appearing in the Rhysling Anthology on the same table of contents page as Neil Gaiman, which she is frankly still not quite over. November 2019 saw her place third in the Bucks County Short Fiction Contest with a piece of historical fiction entitled "Les Masques," the story of a sculptor in post-WW2 Paris who makes masks for disfigured soldiers and is forced to question some of her beliefs when she's asked to make a mask for a German spy who aided the Resistance.