A down-on-his-luck reporter and an intern have three days to solve the mystery of who robbed a San Francisco museum...if they cannot the cops intend to arrest them for the crime and a group of thieves who were planning a similar heist will kill them.
Books Michael Recommends
I’ve had the privilege of reading so many great authors on Inkshares, and now I can add Benjamin Gray to the list. I highly recommend The Wolf in the Woods. Great characters set in interesting and scary stories … you cannot go wrong with this book.
You are not afraid of wolves. Friend, you are afraid of the woods.
After reading just the first two chapters, it’s clear the author is immensely talented. Vivid and concise writing with a naturally engaging style to keep you turning pages. I'm not sure where he is heading with the story, but I look forward to the ride.
A street smart secretary navigates the seedy underbelly of 1950’s Los Angeles to clear the name of her boss, a private investigator who is framed for the murder of a young woman found in the La Brea tar pits.