It should have been an otherwise uneventful Sunday morning for Charleston attorney Noah Parks. Perhaps a trip to the beach or a run with his new Australian Shepherd, Austin. But with a cryptic voicemail, everything changes.
A client has vanished, leaving nothing behind as a clue to where he may be. Neither his family, friends, nor neighbors are able to provide help.
Turning to his friend Emmett Gabriel, Charleston’s newest police detective, Parks can only watch as what started with a simple voicemail takes on a sinister life of its own.
Parks soon finds himself entangled in an affair that spans centuries, going back to the time of Charleston’s birth.
With a focus on learning his client’s fate, Parks will soon find himself facing a mystery that will not only be a test of his wits but leaves him challenged in ways he never imagined.
Facing down twists, turns, betrayals, and traditions of honor, will he break The Code?
Release Date: October 7, 2022
Publisher: Rivers Turn Press
Soft Cover: 978-0998575575; 319 pages
Rivers Turn Press: https://bit.ly/3V9725u
looked into my eyes with something that could only be described as
desperation. Suddenly, his look of despair faded as if a veil was lifted
from his face. He stopped speaking and stood straight. His hands
stopped moving, and he looked at each of them, turning them over, back
to palm, as he examined them. He raised his head back to my eyes. As he
looked at me, in an instant, the fearful look drained from his face,
replacing it, a blank, expressionless gaze took hold of his features. He
moved his eyes to my hand on his bicep, then shifted his gaze back to
my face. He slowly twisted his arm from my slight grasp. He spoke slowly
“No, Cash didn’t call. No one called. There was nothing from Cash.”
“But you just said...”
“I didn’t say anything. Nothing,” he said as he turned and faced the rear of the lot.
About the Author
He is also the author of Mediation in the Family Courts of South Carolina, a legal treatise on family law mediation.
He lives and writes in Charleston, South Carolina.
In addition to his writing, Sean is a recording and performing guitarist/singer/songwriter of Americana and Alt-Country music. Watch him sing Carolina Sunset which was inspired by his latest book, The Code. Listen here!
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