A NOVEL BY HAL ROSS
The wealthy housewives of Bonita Palms
are being systematically murdered...
and no one can figure out why they're being targeted.
The Palms, situated on the Gulf Coast of Florida, is a gated golf course community with homes ranging up to $15 million dollars. On the surface, it appears to be a squeaky-clean, Pleasantville
lifestyle, but behind the scenes brews a sinister
underbelly of adultery and financial swindling.
Deputy Sheriff Miles Delany must unravel the mystery of the common thread: The victims were all found in their homes. There was no forced entry. Nothing was taken. It's as if they invited the killer inside and orchestrated their own demise.
As the body count rises, more incriminating details surface in the private lives of the residents. But the question remains: Is it the work of an outsider - a serial killer invading the community?
Or does one of the neighbors have a vendetta?
The case becomes more and more complex, with the murderer outsmarting the cops at every turn, leaving no evidence behind.
Delany is flummoxed when he becomes a suspect himself;
and then discovers his girlfriend is about to be
the next victim.
About the Author
HAL ROSS worked as a radio dj and later joined the music industry; promoting iconic artists like Peter, Paul and Mary, Roy Orbison, and Diana Ross and the Supremes. His stint in music culminated with MCA Records in NewYork City.
A career change to the toy industry followed and Hal held various executive positions. He played a vital role in the launch of one of the most successful games of all time - Jenga.
Hal's extensive business travel has taken him across North America, Europe and the Far East.
Bonita Palms is his fourth novel. His first - The Fleur-de-Lys Affair - was published by Doubleday. The Deadliest Game and The Doll Brokers were published by TitleTown Publishing. He is currently writing his fifth novel.