Small-town detective Sasha Frank returns in the prequel to “Deliberate Duplicity”
Gritty, twisted novel unravels a complicated mystery stemming from a drug deal in the Midwest.
David Rohlfing | July 27, 2021 | River Grove Books | Mystery
Paperback | ISBN: 978-1-63299-388-5
Rohlfing has the police procedural formula down pat… impeccably staged investigative scenes guarantee satisfaction to any aficionado of police detective mysteries.”– BookLife, by Publisher’s Weekly
ABOUT COLD CONSEQUENCES:
Ashley Cummins, the granddaughter of a powerful judge, is unexpectedly shot while buying drugs from her dealer late one night on a city street.
As detective Sasha Frank investigates her murder, all of his possible suspects start showing up dead or missing. Who is behind the killings?
As pressure builds on Sasha to solve the case, he uncovers new information that begins to unravel a complicated web of evidence–will Sasha be able to prove who the killer is and take down the person responsible for the murders?
"Cold Consequences" is the exciting second book in David Rohlfing’s Detective Sasha Frank Mystery Series. It serves as a prequel to Rohlfing’s "Deliberate Duplicity."
Fans of the mystery-thriller genre will love this gripping new tale. Full of exciting twists and turns, readers won’t be able to put the book down as Sasha pursues every lead to find the killer.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
After a long career in business that gave him the opportunity to travel to all but one continent and countless countries around the globe, David decided to write his first novel, “Deliberate Duplicity.”
He lives in Illinois with his wife. When he’s not writing, he spends as much time as possible with his wife and family and working on his golf game.
“Cold Consequences” is the second book in the Detective Sasha Frank Series. To learn more about David’s work, please visit www.davidrohlfing.com.
Thank you Elizabeth for your review and post for “Cold Consequences.” I appreciate your taking the time to read the second book in my Detective Sasha Frank Mystery Series! Thanks again! DavidReplyDelete
You are welcome…thanks for stopping by and commenting, David.Delete