The Brick Kavanagh Mysteries
Book 2 now available!
Duplicity is aptly titled. Two intertwining plots twist and turn as a cop’s wife and twin babies are missing and diplomatic immunity protects the only viable suspect in a fatal hit-and-run. Damaged and disillusioned after the case that broke his heart in Relentless, retired detective Brian “Brick” Kavanagh is back. Now working on a cold case and supporting his former partner, he’s recharged and ready to tackle evil and injustice.
—Publishers Weekly Starred Review
—Hank Phillippi Ryan, USA Today bestselling author of Her Perfect Life
“Duplicity is a compelling read with depth and a protagonist you’ll want to spend more time with. I’ll be first in line to see what’s next for Brick Kavanagh!”
—David Putnam, bestselling author of the Bruno Johnson crime series
“Duplicity is a delightful, twisty thriller featuring a hero it’s impossible not to love… I raced through the pages ‘til three a.m. rooting for him to succeed.”
—Matt Witten, author The Necklace
“A police procedural steeped in knowledge about the area’s culture, Duplicity is a welcome addition to the growing Washington, D.C. fiction canon. The tension is accompanied with moments of heartbreak and relief, and skillfully plotted twists that will keep the most ardent mystery fans guessing. Crime fiction fans are going to want to read more stories about Brick Kavanagh.”
—E.A. Barres, author of They’re Gone
After 10 years on Washington, D.C.’s Metropolitan Police Homicide Squad, Detective Brian “Brick” Kavanagh thought nothing could shock him. He was wrong. As tourists flock to the city to enjoy the cherry blossom festivities, Brick is assigned to investigate the case of a naked young woman floating in the Tidal Basin. When he learns the victim is connected to another homicide, the case becomes very personal for him. Frustrated by departmental politics and a rush to judgment, he’s convinced the wrong person is in jail. Brick risks everything to the find the truth, which leads to a devastating conclusion in a heartbreaking case.
“The action is top-notch . . . Wilson does a good job whipping up some mysterious murders.”
“In Relentless, fans of Michael Connelly’s Harry Bosch will find a new hero in Brian Kavanagh, a detective with more brains than brawn who personifies the term “relentless.” Throw in cherry blossom season in Washington, D.C. and you have the perfect mystery read.”
—Patricia Gussin, New York Times best-selling author of Come Home
—Jamie Freveletti, best-selling author of Blood Run
—Matt Coyle, Anthony-award winning author of Wrong Light
—Sherry Harris, Agatha Award nominated author of the Sarah Winston Garage Sale mysteries