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March 2022 Book of the Month

THE TREVOR GALLOWAY THRILLER SERIES

BY  J.J. HENSLEY

J.J. HENSLEY is a former police officer and former Special Agent with the U.S. Secret Service. He is the author of the crime novels RESOLVE, MEASURE TWICE, CHALK’S OUTLINE, BOLT ACTION REMEDY, RECORD SCRATCH, and several short stories. J.J. graduated from Penn State University with a B.S. in Administration of Justice and has a M.S. degree in Criminal Justice Administration from Columbia Southern University. He is originally from Huntington, WV and currently resides near Savannah, Georgia. Hensley’s first novel Resolve was named one of the Best Books of 2013 by Suspense Magazine and was a Thriller Award finalist. He is a member of the International Thriller Writers and Sisters in Crime.

Featuring former Pittsburgh narcotics detective Trevor Galloway.

*  BOLT ACTION REMEDY 

Former Pittsburgh narcotics detective Trevor Galloway has been hired to look into the year-old homicide of a prominent businessman who was gunned down on his estate in Central Pennsylvania. When Galloway arrives, he determines the murder could have only been committed by someone extremely skilled in two areas: skiing and shooting. He believes the assailant should not be too difficult to identify given the great amount of skill and athleticism needed to pull off the attack. When he discovers the victim’s property is next door to a biathlon training camp, the situation becomes significantly more complicated.

*  RECORD SCRATCH 

It’s a case Trevor Galloway doesn’t want. It’s certainly a case he doesn’t need. The client—the sister of a murdered musician—seems a bit off. She expects Galloway to not only solve her brother’s homicide, but recover a vinyl record she believes could ruin his reputation. Galloway knows he should walk away. He should simply reach over the desk, give back the envelope of cash that he admittedly needs, and walk away. However, when the client closes the meeting by putting a gun under her chin and pulling the trigger, his sense of obligation drags him down a path he may not be ready to travel.

*  FORGIVENESS DIES 

Upon being released after three years of incarceration in a psychiatric facility, former narcotics detective and unlicensed PI Trevor Galloway has no idea how to begin picking up the pieces of his shattered life. Having lost the woman he loved and exacting revenge upon those responsible, he is irreparably broken, heavily medicated, and unemployable.

*  THE BETTER OF THE BAD 

It’s 9:10 PM in the Chatham County Communications Center. The dispatchers stare at each other, afraid to move, afraid to breathe. One minute to go. Will tonight be the night? The clock on the wall changes. 9:11. A phone rings. The screens indicate the 9-1-1 call is coming from a blocked number. The dispatchers hope and pray it’s a coincidental call for service. Perhaps a car break-in or a bar fight. With all eyes on her, one dispatcher presses a button, puts the call on speaker for everyone to hear.

 

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