In Siren, Joe is hired by a rock star to investigate a fraud and winds up on the trail of a serial killer.
Personally, I believe this is the best Joe Robbins story yet, and as always, I guarantee you will be entertained.
The financial thriller series endorsed by critics and business executives alike
Joe Robbins is hired by a rock star to investigate a fraud and winds up on the trail of a serial killer
Joe loved Sophie Tyler long before she hired him. She was a hometown hero, a musician who grew up in Austin and made the big time. Joe first heard her music in high school; he’d buy her albums and play them over and over, and dream.
Twenty years later, Sophie has left a trail of lovers behind her; she draws them in like a maelstrom, the outcome pre-ordained. When she hires Joe to investigate a fraud he solves the case in a couple days, but then the perpetrator is brutally murdered, and Joe finds himself pulled into a world of stardom, and enchantment, and the frightening path of a freshly awakened serial killer.
As Joe pursues the killer from Austin to Cabos San Lucas to Beverly Hills, he falls dangerously in love with the Hill Country Siren.
>>>>>> Glowing reviews from critics and business executives
- “I finished Hill Country Siren in the middle of the night, which is always a good sign. I just love that Joe Robbins, the hero, is a CFO.” – Patricia Little, CFO, The Hershey Company
- “I loved the live Austin music scenes, particularly Sophie Tyler’s shows at Antone’s and the Austin City Limits festival.” – John Price, CEO OF VAST.COM
- “Joe may be a good CFO, but he’s an even better detective and carries the mystery like a seasoned professional.” – Kirkus Reviews
- “Patrick Kelly is the Austin version of John Grisham, but with more of a business grounding.” – Brett Hurt, Founder of Bazaarvoice, Coremetrics, and Hurt Family Investments
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Get hooked on Joe Robbins: freelance CFO. He has a head for numbers, a penchant for trouble, and a history with boxing and guns.
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Hill Country Rage — When his best friend is murdered on a street in Austin, Joe Robbins embarks on a relentless quest for justice