Mark your calendars for August 22, 2017:
That’s when a new Heir Hunter Series book starring Michael Flint, will be available!
But starting now, you can enter to win a copy of Trace Evidence.
Now through August 21, 2017, my publisher is running a Goodreads giveaway of 100 ebook copies for U.S. customers.
Thank you, Thomas & Mercer and Goodreads, for making this giveaway possible!
Be sure and share this blog post with your friends to let them know about the giveaway, too!
Michael Flint is the heir hunter of last resort. A forensic genealogist and former clandestine agent specializing in high-end private investigations, he promises clients he can find anyone, anytime, anywhere—dead or alive. Laura Oakwood stands to lose more than $50 million in mineral royalties if she’s not found within seventy-two hours. But she presents an extra challenge: she’s been running from the law due to her involvement in a deadly armed robbery twenty-eight years ago.
Texas oil baron Sebastian Shaw desperately needs Laura’s signature to take over her family’s oil fields. And Shaw’s bitter rival, Felix Crane, will do anything to keep that from happening. In a hunt stretching from dusty, hot West Texas to snowy Saskatchewan, Flint finds himself caught in the cross fire between dueling tycoons and avaricious mercenaries out for their own piece of the pie.
On Flint’s side? A knack for keeping himself alive, a hard-won moral code, and buried questions about his own family that drive everything he does. As Flint tracks Laura, he delves into his own murky history, whose secrets he is only now beginning to uncover.
The child of billionaire tech CEO Veronica Beaumont is in desperate need of a bone marrow transplant. With his health rapidly declining, she hires Michael Flint, the heir hunter of last resort, to do the impossible: find Josh Hallman, the boy’s father, to provide a hoped-for match. Six years ago, Hallman piloted a plane that crashed, claiming the lives of two friends. Hallman’s body was never recovered, and he’s been presumed dead ever since. But Flint is beginning to have doubts—because he’s not the only one looking to find Hallman. The difference is, Flint wants to make sure he’s alive.
Now, in a race against time to save a child’s life, the best heir hunter in the business is determined to find Hallman, if he’s alive, before two relentless killers do. And when the Beaumont job uncovers new clues to a cold case that has haunted him his entire life, Flint finds himself wrestling with the toughest challenge of his career: Just because he can find someone, does that mean he should?