Return to Hillsville: John Twait Mystery (John Twait Mystery Series Book 2)

John and
Sarah Twait are living the retirement life to its fullest.

Escaping death just weeks before their last day at the
Hillsville Police Department the aging couple now has a different lookout on

Clambakes, and relaxing nights on the beach are penciled in
for the couple’s foreseeable future.

The aging retired couple have a do nothing life, where
coffee and beer are in perpetual rotation. A relaxing atmosphere and an open
afternoon make for a healthy relationship environment. The harmony is slowly
rebuilding in their blistering relationship and finally the Twaits may be

The burning hot Bermuda sun has changed the pale Nebraska
raised Sarah Twait into a gorgeous golden goddess and John Twait is loving
every minute of it. He would let nothing come between him and his cowgirl.

John, softened by the constant beer intake and lack of an
alarm clock, continues his lust for women. Although he puts forth less effort
to chase them, so long as Sarah remains by his side. Intimacy and love has
returned with a vengeance and the time could not be worse for an alarming phone
call from back home.

Hillsville Nebraska has a problem that only John Twait can
solve. Half-heartedly, he packs a bag to save an old friend.

John and Sarah’s erotic wishes are on hold. They must
take with them their rekindled love hoping the flame continues to burn in a
cold Nebraskin winter.

Mike Yeager, John’s replacement as Hillsville Chief of Police,
is in trouble.

The Twaits’ young friend is being held on the charge of
first degree murder in the death of Rose Tiddle, John Twait’s former mistress.

The evidence only leads to one prime suspect. Micheal Yeager
has been demoted from Hillsville Police Chief to a common county jail thug.
With their friend’s life in danger John reluctantly returns to Hillsville to
save the day to continue his retirement.

Follow the former Chief as he tries to unweave a
mystery woven in betrayal and deceit.

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