The Girl Who Crossed the Line

The Serenity Murder: A Luca Mystery Crime Thriller

When a detective second-guesses his gut, he’ll have to get creative to catch the killer.

Luca worries cancer and divorce have dulled his razor-sharp instincts. So the detective is relieved when his next murder case seems like a no-brainer.

When the wealthy victim is found dead in her private-island home, the gold-digging husband seems like the obvious killer.

As Luca digs deeper and follows the clues, however, he uncovers a whole new line-up of possible suspects. No longer able to rely on his gut feelings, Luca puts the victim’s sordid affairs and her rivalries under the microscope.

With time running out, Detective Luca must find a way to regain his swagger and solve the case before the killer strikes again.

The Serenity Murder is the third book in the riveting Luca Mystery police procedural series. If you like hardened detectives, unexpected plot twists, and seeing the crime from multiple points of view, then you’ll love Dan Petrosini’s gripping whodunit.

Buy The Serenity Murder today and hold on for a white-knuckled police procedural!

Why Not Kill Her: A Juror’s Perspective – The Jodi Arias Death Penalty Retrial

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On June 4, 2008, at approximately 5:30 PM in a quiet suburb of Phoenix, Arizona, Jodi Arias stabbed Travis Alexander twenty-nine times, cut his throat and then shot him in the head. The killer then went to great lengths to cover up the crime, including sending his grandmother flowers, going to the memorial service, driving by the victim’s house and calling the lead investigator, Detective Esteban Flores.

It would take five years before the case would be put in front of a second jury and leave them to decide whether Arias was a cold, calculating killer or the victim of extreme domestic violence at the hands of an abusive boyfriend?

Paul Sanders sat in the public gallery for each and every one of the 47 days of the trial, and took extensive notes, transposing every twist and turn of it to social media every night. With allegations of pornography, racial slurs and a search for the answer to the question of domestic violence and alleged child abuse, the journey is both painful and meticulous.

Humbling, intimidating and powerful at the same time, this trial would test the jurors in ways they could never have foreseen, in their ultimate search for truth and justice.

On Pre-Sale Now! The stunning sequel to Paul Sanders first book, ‘Brain Damage: A Juror’s Tale’:

‘Secret Life of a Juror: Voir Dire – The Domestic Violence Query’ (March 26, 2018)

Amazon Reviews:

“Having sat on this very jury, I can attest to the accuracy and attention to detail of “Why Not Kill Her.” Two thumbs up!” Haaken-Liknes, Jury Foreman of the Jodi Arias Death Penalty Retrial.

“Why Not Kill Her” is a gripping true crime story from the eyes of a former death penalty juror with a heart and soul that seeks truth and justice.”

“Move over Ann Rule and Shanna Hogan and make way for America’s newest true crime writer!”