Lou

Los Angeles County Sheriff's Detective
Homicide Bureau

Born Tallulah Louella Donovan, the petite homicide detective went strictly by “Lou” to anyone other than her mother or uncle. Those others who preferred keeping all their teeth securely in their mouths called her “Lou”. Though Lou would never be mistaken for a fashion model, she was a far cry from plain. Rich auburn hair, cut in a severe a-line bob, framed delicate almost elfish features. Sharp green eyes, the color of good imperial jade, could spot a mouse hiccuping fifty yards away in the dark. At a mere five feet, four inches tall, she could take down and hog tie a two-hundred and fifty pound tweaker in under a minute. It was well known among the ranks that this fifth generation cop was all business and not someone to be taken at face value.

- Shadows of Doubt, Chapter One

LOU
DONOVAN

Loved this book. Has all of the thrill and mystery of a rough and rowdy female cop without all of the language you normally have with this type of book. The suspense kept you on the edge of your seat until the last page.

B. Stanley - Virginia, USA
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