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A twisted mystery that will leave you guessing till the end!



I read this book from beginning to end in one sitting. I loved the plot with its twists and turns and I so wanted to go to the end for the "whodunit", but I resisted and and am so very happy I read this in order one page at a time". Absolutely great and I highly recommend this book to everyone. Great job, Jaye. ~Amazon Reviewer

Judge Luca Valentino is going through the turmoil of the death of his wife, Sylvia, in a car accident. He is led into a twisted web of murder, deceit, and revenge. Just when Judge Valentino's life is spent on top of the world, looking down over his courtroom, his life changes dramatically. 

Jacqueline and the Judge is a twisted mystery that just goes to show how murder is not always what it first appears to be.

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