In this thrilling new mystery series, Jersey girl Tracey Eaton is fighting for her life – and against the New Math. As a single mom and private investigator, she’s already got plenty on her plate. But when a client turns up dead and Tracey finds herself in the crosshairs of a ruthless killer, she knows that she has to take action fast…or else end up as another statistic. With help from her unconventional friend and math tutor Will Hughes, Tracey scrambles to put the clues together before it’s too late. Can they crack the case before time runs out?
For who is this book for ?
- The main character is a strong female protagonist
- The mystery and suspense will keep you hooked until the end
- The book is well written and easy to read
- It’s poorly written
- The characters are undeveloped and uninteresting
- It doesn’t make much sense
Learn more about the author
Jo-Ann Lamon Reccoppa is a former high school math teacher who has turned her love of numbers into a thrilling new mystery series. A Jersey girl herself, she draws on her own experiences as a mom and private investigator to create a heroine that readers will root for from page one. When she’s not writing, Jo-Ann can be found spending time with her family or exploring the mountains of North Carolina.
“Great read. I couldn’t put it down.”
“Loved it! Couldn’t put it down.”
“Murder, math and Maine…a great combination! I loved this book. Tracey is a strong female character that you can’t help but root for. The mystery was well written and kept me guessing until the end. A must read for anyone who loves a good mystery.”
“The author has a flair for creating quirky and interesting characters.”