HA-HA-HA-HA, the fifth mystery in the Triple Threat Investigation Agency series, has our private eyes—JJ, Rey, and Linda—caught up in a serial killer’s sadistic game. And he wants the trio to play by his rules, “ha-ha, ha-ha”.
GrimReaperPeeper, or GRP as they call him, proves to be as charming as he is calculating and cruel . . . and the four develop an odd bond as more victims fall prey. What is the significance of the floral etchings and black roses found on the fatalities? Why are they found in particular locations? Is there a common denominator? . . . And just how long, and where else, has he been committing these baffling murders?
Who is GRP? A true “whacko”? A disgruntled man with an axe to grind? He doesn’t appear to follow the usual serial killer profile. Perhaps he’s a professional? Someone wealthy? An individual no one would ever suspect?
Whoever he is, he’s good—very smart and exceptionally shrewd. Fingerprints and DNA are never found at the crime scenes. While JJ, Rey and Linda diligently attempt to determine his identity, they accept a couple of casual cases—that of a wayward hubby (they’ve proven fairly accomplished at those) and a stalker shadowing a pretty, young woman.
With the assistance of Detective Ald Ives and a couple of his seasoned detectives, handsome Hammill and surly Sallo, the three private eyes travel winding trails, search for useable clues, and are yanked into dangerous situations that could, ultimately, prove terminal.
This non-official case is as complex as it is confounding, but as is the trio’s way, they won’t give up. They must stop GRP . . . before he potentially stops them.
Hey, it’s Rey! Not a bad synopsis for our latest case. Our boss figures it’ll be out there early next year. We’ll keep ya posted!