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Unscrupulous: A Circle City Mystery
Christmas is only a week away, but not all is merry and bright for Sergeant Brent Freeman and his partner, newly promoted Detective Anne Samuels. They find themselves facing more than a homicide when they discover the victim’s five-year-old daughter, Maricella, is missing. When suspicion moves to human trafficking and gang involvement, the FBI sends in two of their best to assist in the investigation.
In the meantime, two people who insist her mother didn’t want her anymore have transported a terrified little Maricella out of state. Fortunately, she finds solace in two older children. These two soon realize their captors are prepping Maricella for organ harvesting. Their main goal becomes to protect her at any cost, even if it means running away in the snow and bitter cold temperatures of December without any knowledge of the area where they’re being held.
Can Maricella’s newfound protectors get her out of the house and to safety before the doctor decides she’s a transplant matche? Will Brent discover where these unscrupulous persons are hiding the children before it’s too late?
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M.E. May (Michele May)
Winner of the 2013 Lovey Award for Best First Novel for Perfidy, M. E. May lives in the Far Northwest Suburbs of Chicago with her husband, Paul, and their white Husky, Iris. Born in Indianapolis, she spent most of her years there or in a suburban town nearby. Although, she has physically moved away, her heart still lives in her hometown. She has a son, daughter, and four wonderful grandsons still living in central Indiana.
She attended Indiana University in Kokomo, Indiana, studying Social and Behavioral Sciences. Her interest in the psychology of humans sparked the curiosity to ask why they commit such heinous acts upon one another. Other interests in such areas as criminology and forensics have moved her to put her vast imagination to work writing crime fiction that is as accurate as possible. In doing so, she depicts societal struggles that pit those who understand humanity with those who are lost in a strange and dangerous world of their own making.
In creating the Circle City Mystery series, she brings to life fictional characters who work diligently to bring justice to victims of crime in the city of Indianapolis.
Read more about M. E. May and her latest adventures on www.memay-mysteries.com.
Peace and Love,
Rob and Janelle
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