Brighton Publishing releases "The Prince of Prescott" from novelist Irene Riley
"In a richly textured first rate plot, novelist Irene Riley once again takes us on a ride of suspense and intrigue."
Synopsis: Sergeant Anya Jones of the Prescott, Arizona Police Department has her hands full, again. This Saturday morning in late February, she is finishing a difficult domestic violence report while trying to understand what it is exactly that the ninety-three-
Added to that is the Mayor's insistence on sweeping the town clean, in spite of the snow and continued snow forecast, and ridding the streets of the noisy motorcycles that are terrifying the residents in order to ready the town for his 'Big Event' on the upcoming Friday. The 'Big Event' is a secret. Not even his Acting Chief of Police, Max Steele, knows what's up.
Then there is Miss Madeline, one of the two surviving Forty-Fives, (three were killed; two murders and one suicide) the prior October. Miss Madeline has her own personal problems which she expects Sergeant Jones solve for her.
Events escalate. The bikers multiply and are considered a menace. A rookie detective half-listens to his superiors and the missing person stays missing. Miss Madeline, on the other hand, discovers what she considers to be a treasure.
"In a richly textured first rate plot, novelist Irene Riley once again takes us on a ride of suspense and intrigue," said Brighton Publishing.
Irene Riley worked for Los Angeles County her entire career, primarily in Health Services. She traveled frequently to Sacramento and Washington D.C. testifying on governmental relations and financial issues. She attended law school, became an attorney and worked for County Counsel. Ms. Riley is retired and resides with her husband in Southern California. She has three children and four grandsons.
Her first book, Everybody's Hometown, was released in 2018 and received much enthusiasm in the literary market recognizing Irene as an established author. Continued reader demand has spawned The Prince of Prescott.