Here are the first four books in the Westmore Justice Series:
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SYNOPSIS OF THE WESTMORE JUSTICE SERIES
Westmore Justice is a provocative blueprint for unearthing criminal activities that profoundly alter the balance of a human life – activities that at the time have no particular importance, but when pieced together crystallize into a web of intrigue.
From the sunny beaches of Malibu, California, to the corridors of power in Washington, DC, Westmore Justice exposes the kind of truths where countless careers are ruined and many lifetimes wasted.
As the clues unfold, Grant Westmore goes with gut intuition and hunches, and not by standard police procedures. A former LAPD detective-turned-Beverly Hills-private-investigator, Grant hasn't come this far without learning that to catch a killer you have to think like one.
As a team, Grant, Marlene Wilson and Carmela Gambini do more than they ever achieved alone. No stranger to wrestling problems head-on, they fight their way through each fiendish scheme, fitting the many jagged fragments into a single, appalling truth, while they cross paths with unscrupulous prosecutors, crime lords, savvy impostors, murderers, and adulterers.
In each mystery, Grant and his crew struggle to make what they know to be the truth prevail against swelling and unsettling evidence to the contrary as a Pandora's Box of crime, legal trickery, and deception slowly opens before their eyes – eyes that never look the other way and usually reveal less than what the guilty hope for.
Although life is ever-changing, one often says, "nothing like that could ever happen to me." Well, it can, and it does in Westmore Justice.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
John Waters lives in the greater Los Angeles area with the most wonderful person in the world, his over two decades- long relationship with his significant other, and their dog and two cats.
Over the years John has researched countless "white collar" crime cases and written thousands of pages of support material for his close associate, the late Charles Evans, and his private investigation agency, which performed successful investigations for such notable attorneys as Johnnie Cochran, Leslie Abramson, and Michael Zimbert.
During the last three decades, John has written several successful True Crime books under various pen names. A few years ago, he published one novel inspired by a true story (Bonded Thru Injustice) under his pseudonym of John Waters.
Since completing Bonded Thru Injustice, John has been working on developing the Westmore Justice Franchise of four novels with his close associate and occasional golf buddy, Bud Stigall.
Bud Stigall (Collaborator)
Bud Stigall also lives in the greater Los Angeles area with his "bride" of fifty years.
After 23 years of service, Bud retired from the LAPD, his last 15 years as a homicide detective with the highest rank of Detective III.
While with the LAPD,Bud was involved in the Charles Manson Case, the Skid-Row Stabber, the HillsideStrangler, the Clifton Cafeteria murder, and many others.
FOR YOUR FULL ENJOYMENT AND FOR PURPOSES OF CONTINUITY, PLEASE READ THESE STORIES IN ONLY THE FOLLOWING ORDER: