The Nominee: A Phoenix Perry Novel (Paperback)
FBI agent Phoenix Perry enters the suspense thriller book world with the first mystery in a series of novels. The story begins when an outspoken, pro-life, African American woman is nominated to the Supreme Court. This triggers a battle of politics. The argument over this woman consumes D.C. Washington elites become involved and protestors flood the streets. But, despite the threats, no one suspects just how deadly this fight is about to get. And no one expects it to end in murder. Yet, 3 days before the Supreme Court nominee's confirmation hearings, the woman is killed. However, the murders don't stop there. Soon, D.C.'s most powerful politicians find themselves being hunted by the same assassin that murdered the Supreme Court nominee. To make things worse, a serial rapist is also on a rampage in the capital city. The rapist's MO is unique, though. All the victims are men. Once again, FBI agent Phoenix Perry is called to save the day. But, two puzzling cases at the same time may be too much for even Phoenix to solve. The stakes are high and the clock is ticking. And if Phoenix fails to apprehend the killers in time, her own family is at risk of being murdered. Readers will be on the edge of their seat as they devour this dark mystery thriller filled with political intrigue, suspense, and two lethal criminals who threaten the safety of those living in the nation's capital.