The Juan Doe Murders: A Smokey Brandon Thriller (Smokey Bradon Thriller Series)
Someone is killing illegal, Hispanic immigrants and leaving their bodies strewn like trash across Orange County, the playground of Southern California rsquo:s rich and privileged. But the murders go largely unnoticed, the anonymous, ldquo:Juan Doe rdquo: victims as invisible in death as they were in their hidden lives, toiling in low-wage jobs serving the wealthy…:. until forensics specialist Samantha ldquo:Smokey rdquo: Brandon sees the gruesome pattern.
ldquo:A swift descent into sunburned decadence. rdquo: ndash: Booklist
Smokey is an ex-cop and former Las Vegas stripper, a childless widow who has seen a lot of death in her job. But it hasn rsquo:t dimmed her compassion or dedication. These victims aren rsquo:t invisible to her. She won rsquo:t stop until she finds the killer, even if it means confronting her darkest demons and sacrificing herself to them.
ldquo:Moody, rich, impressive…:the most distinctive new crime professional since Patricia Cornwell rsquo:s Kay Scarpetta. rdquo: - Washington Post
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50 DIVISION 150 Infantry Brigade, Brigade Trench Mortar Battery: 11 April 1916 - 31 August 1916 (First World War, War Diary, WO95/2837/4)