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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:African American & Black / Mystery & Detective
  • Language:English
  • Series title:Sally Hemings Series
  • Series Number:2
  • Pages:308
  • Paperback ISBN:9781667872780

Hambone Justice

by Robin Greene-Toler

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Overview
When bad cops begin to disappear, Sally Hemings' team is hired to get to the bottom of the mystery. The moral dilemma of caring about their disappearance is a struggle. The conflict lands harder on one member of the squad. Sally Hemings is a former insurance executive, turned writer of history books for children. Not just the historical figures traditionally covered in her classes. Every historical figure. Her hope is their parents read them too. When not writing books, Hemings and her dear friends, who happen to be talented investigative specialists, take on unusual cases. They work discreetly with the ABC agencies. Her specialists either walked away or were tossed overboard from their corporate gigs. Not one of them fit in the corporate mode. They are fiercely loyal to each other. When called upon they work efficiently then return to the complexities of their personal lives. This fast moving suspense novel deals with the common concerns experienced by the sandwich generation complicated by the felonious behavior that always seems to land on Hemings doorstep.
Description
When bad cops begin to disappear, Sally Hemings' team is hired to get to the bottom of the mystery.. The moral dilemma of caring about their disappearance is a struggle. The conflict lands harder on one member of the squad. Sally Hemings is a former insurance executive, turned writer of history books for children. Not just the historical figures traditionally covered in her classes. Every historical figure. Her hope is their parents read them too. When not writing books, Hemings and her dear friends, who happen to be talented investigative specialists, take on unusual cases. They work discreetly with the ABC agencies. Her specialists either walked away or were tossed overboard from their corporate gigs. Not one of them fit in the corporate mode. The common connection is Hemings. They are fiercely loyal to each other. When called upon they work efficiently, then return to the complexities of their personal lives. Her latest book takes her and childhood friend John "Blu" Schwisher to sleepy Lancaster County, PA. It will give them the opportunity to visit a recently acquired property, catch up with their pal Paulie MacPhearson and reconnect with her roots. It's supposed to be an easy Autumn retreat. This fast moving suspense novel deals with common concerns experienced by the sandwich generation complicated by the felonious behavior doorstep that always seems to land on Hemings doorstep.
About the author
Robin C. Greene-Toler is a former insurance executive with ties to Chester, Delaware and Lancaster Counties, Pennsylvania. She is the CFO for DomyzMission. A 503(c) charity started because of her grandson's concern for the plight of the homeless. She continues to serve as a board member on the Keystone Research Center. KRC is a Pennsylvania based economic Think Tank. Hambone Justice is the second novel in the Sally Hemings series. The series showcases her love of family, friends, history, travel, regional sports and humor.

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