Private detective Ronnie Lake has a few wins under her belt, but
she’s still proving she’s got what it takes, including to her biggest
critic…herself. Eager to solve more crimes, the recently-licensed sleuth
accepts a job to track down a young runaway. Her search quickly points
to a far more sinister crime.
Sniffing out clues with her loyal German Shepherd, the determined
investigator uncovers a brutal crime and meddling authorities. The
abduction may be part of a dark conspiracy that’s out of her league, and
following a trail that leads to shadowy powerbrokers could put her
directly in their crosshairs.
Can she solve the case before one missing person turns into two dead bodies?
A smart heroine, fast-paced action, and now a dash of political intrigue, Hush, Hush is the page-turning stand-alone fourth book in the Ronnie Lake Series.
Be sure to enjoy the bonus to Ronnie Lake’s story in the first several chapters of Traffic, the fifth stand-alone novel in the series.
"A smartly plotted mystery thriller with a strong female protagonist - and a very cool dog! A FINALIST and highly recommended." - The Wishing Shelf Book Awards
“It’s a fast, hood down race with no brakes. Ronnie
Lake jumps out and hugs you tight. She has a dog, cool car, and a nose
for mystery…It’s a damn good intriguing read. It has murder, political
shenanigans, red herrings flopping about on the dock, and characters
that you can cheer for, and many villains to boo.”– Amazon customer
love that Ronnie Lake is a middle-aged Private Investigator heroine (I
wish there were more women over 50 in books) and I love that she is
sassy yet still vulnerable…this was a great page turner with a well
thought out plot. You don't need to have read the other books in the
series to enjoy this story. Niki Danforth is definitely a writer I will
return to. – Amazon customer
complex plot, which embroils everyone from a college professor, a
senator, his wife, to the missing coed’s friend, keeps us guessing…and I
like how Ronnie creatively brings us along into her process in solving
the case! Though this is book 4, it reads well as a stand-alone. (And
does a great job of inviting readers to read the others!) – Amazon