Bar-brawlers and jaywalkers just don’t provide the career upgrade Kel wants but, whether it’s the good-old-boys club or Seattle Police’s departmental politics, her promotion to detective has been barred. So, when she receives veiled texts alluding to murder, off-duty and with no authority to investigate a hangnail, she’s lured to the scene of a homicide. It certainly isn’t her ass-kicking charm that convinces her boss to let her run with the case.
Jearl weaves stories of mystery and suspense dipping his paintbrush in the diverse pallet of the Pacific Northwest. His stories are character-driven and taken from his imagination, yet, in every way, they are as real as the girl next door. With his wife, he lives in Ocean Shores, Washington, Since he is allergic to all fur-bearing house pets, he claims the black-tailed deer that graze on his front lawn. It’s only fair since he planted the seed.
Books by Jearl Rugh
Zoe has spent her fifteen years being nothing but average. But when Silone and three other mystical men appear, she unearths a forgotten truth lying dormant since infancy. More freak than anything normal, she’s a half-human, half-extraterrestrial shape-shifter. Certain they’ve abducted her parents, now, in a relentless pursuit, they hunt her. On the run, even with her new reality wrenching every thought and emotion, she manages to reach an unfathomable decision.