Series Book 1
Who Would Have Thought
This is a mystery filled with a little romance. The Soco & Soco law firm, run by four brothers, has been retained to solve a native Alaskan suicide case that was closed three years ago in Washington, DC.
Even though this event happened in the DC area, evidence found in Atlanta, Georgia, has proven beneficial
The victim's brother Johnny requested the case be reopened by Soco & Soco Law firm. He realizes reopening this case will not only bring more grief to him but the victim's immediate family, especially his wife, Violet.
Series Book 2
Consequences of Crime, Greed, & Love
A mystery that takes place in Alaska. Amelia and her brother have been receiving threats to force them to sell their hotel that's been in their family for thirty years.
A real estate developer solicits the help of three people he does not truly trust to help him save his company, which is in financial trouble.
Alphonso, the lead investigator for Soco & Soco law firm, takes a much-needed vacation in Florida. His plans are interrupted and he gets caught up in a web of lies, and his life is in danger.
A tense and fast-paced suspense story with overtones of greed and love thrown into the mix. How does all these incidents affect Alphonso and who does he turn to for the answers he so desperately needs?
Series Book 3
In “Why Now,” Alphonso wakes up in a hospital bed with no memory of his past, the victim of a mysterious car accident. As Alphonso embarks on a journey to piece together his fractured identity, he discovers a web of secrets that shroud his life in suspense and intrigue.
Haunted by glimpses of his past, Alphonso unravels a complex network of relationships, betrayals, and hidden motives. Each memory resurfaces like a puzzle piece, revealing not only his personal history but also a dark conspiracy that threatens those he loves.
“Why Now” is a gripping tale of resilience,
self-discovery, and the relentless pursuit of truth. The suspenseful narrative and unexpected twists keep readers on the edge of their seats, making it a compelling exploration of memory, identity, and the consequences of a past deliberately erased.