Updated: Apr 22, 2018
Do you believe in coincidence (a remarkable concurrence of events or circumstances without apparent causal connection)?
Jayson L. Riley does not. For a good reason: his analytical mind and intuitive gut help him calculate events which are ninety-plus-percent likely to occur.
Like hurricanes, for example.
Even unexpected simultaneous events—like a missing client's body surfacing in Dagger Inlet, and his Chicago wartime house being broken into—can eventually be explained. All it takes is a fearless desire to solve the mysteries behind the connection, especially when his life depends on it.
Jayson sipped his coffee and thought about the break-in. There is no such thing as coincidence.
Jayson knows the power of positive-thinking—how the universe favors conscious thought when it comes to manifesting desired outcomes. This is not to say that he is perfect; far from it. Jayson's personality has its gifts, but there are traits within his character that often lead to less than desirable consequences. He is a Leo, after all...
But don't take my word(s) for it. As the author of the Jayson L. Riley series, I believe you'll come to your own conclusion by reading my thriller novels: Investing in Murder and Eye of the Storm.
Next in the series: Rainbow Gold (2019)