Suspense that hits the heart,
not just the pulse.
Voice with No EchoA long-buried family secret forces police detective Jimmy Vega to confront his deepest fears after the district attorney’s beautiful young bride is found hanging in her basement and the sole witness—her undocumented maid—goes missing. Immigration and Customs Enforcement sends in an investigator to help. It’s Vega’s estranged half-sister Michelle, now an ICE agent. Together, they must face demons, not only from Vega’s past, but from somewhere uncomfortably close by. It’s a race against the clock with lives on the line. And a choice Vega never thought he’d have to make: Obey the law. Or obey his conscience. There’s no margin for error…
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The Jimmy Vega Mystery Series
Beyond the gated estates and bucolic villages north of New York City lives a shadow world of nannies, gardeners, maids and busboys, many of whom are undocumented and live in constant fear of being exploited or deported. The two worlds keep their respective distances and tensions only simmer
beneath the surface.
Until a murder happens. Then it all falls apart.
One man straddles divide: county homicide detective Jimmy Vega. The child of a Puerto Rican single mother, he is a cop with a conscience, a divorced dad who ditched his dreams of music stardom to be the father he never had. Ambivalent about his faith and culture since his mother’s murder, Vega searches for purpose and belonging in a land where wealth and want collide with deadly, often heart-breaking consequences.
About Suzanne Chazin
Suzanne Chazin is the award-winning author of two suspense series. The daughter of immigrants herself (Russian father, English mother), Suzanne's earliest memories centered around her own parents' struggles to adapt to life in the United States. She was inspired to write the Jimmy Vega series after volunteering for several years at an immigrant outreach center near her home. The more she learned about the lives of the undocumented, the more she came to identify her own family's quiet courage and determination in their stories.
Guilt-ridden over the death of a fellow New York City firefighter, Georgia Skeehan, a short and scrappy single mother and motorcycle enthusiast, gets herself reassigned to the FDNY’s fire investigation division, hoping to outrun her past. But investigating arsons in the nearly all-male, macho world of the FDNY can be every bit as perilous.
Turns out, there’s more than one way to get burned.
Warner Library at Tarrytown
121 North Broadway
June 13, 2020, 10am - 5pm
Sleepy Hollow Lit Fest
I will be reading and signing books at the festival, a celebration of the 200th Anniversary of The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. Come visit your favorite authors in mystery, horror, children's/YA lit, nonfiction/historical, and literature/poetry from around the historic Hudson Valley region.