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Jessica James Mysteries - Volumes 2-4 - cover

Jessica James Mysteries - Volumes 2-4

Kelly Oliver

Publisher: KAOS Press

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Summary

If Nancy Drew drank Jack Daniels... Meet Jessica James. 
 
Award winning author Kelly Oliver is a master of entertaining adventure in these fast-paced thrill rides. 
 
If you like your sleuths fierce, funny, and female, you'll love Jessica.
 
With more wit than grace, philosophy graduate student, Jessica James, stumbles into art scams, sex conspiracies, human trafficking, and genetic engineering fraud. With her sexy sidekick Lolita--who's also a black belt in karate--Jessica takes on the Russian mafia, drunken frat boys, and all the bad boys in between.
 
WOLF, the first in the series, won the Independent Publisher's Award for best Mystery Thriller.
 
COYOTE, the second in the series, won a Silver Falchion Award for best Suspense Thriller.
 
FOX, the third in the series, was a finalist for a Silver Falchion Award and a Claymore Award.
 
JACKAL, the fourth in the series, is a finalist for Murder and Mayhem Award.
 
ALL OF THE JESSICA JAMES MYSTERIES HAVE BEEN BESTSELLERS ON AMAZON.
 
Grab yours now and join Jessica and her posse for hilarious adventures. 

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