By K. B. PELLEGRINO
OH, WHAT DID SHE DO?
2020 American Awards Fiction Awards Winner in the Mystery/Suspense: Procedurals Category
Book #2 in EVIL EXISTS IN WEST SIDE Trilogy
Years ago, two children survived an explosion that killed their parents and older brother. Now, those distant events have far-reaching consequences when Leana Lonergan is killed in a car accident. On the west side of Massachusetts, Major Crimes Unit Captain Rudy Beauregard is on the case. Who was Leana really, and what does she have to do with a woman named Mary Lou? The West Side police follow the investigation from Massachusetts to San Francisco, to the American South and up to the Big Apple. Suddenly, they’re on the hunt for a serial killer—possibly more than one! The more he learns, the more Beauregard begins to doubt the justice system, wondering if murder is ever justified in exchange for childhood horrors.
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Books by K. B. PELLEGRINO
– Paradise Dissembling –
EVIL EXISTS IN WEST SIDE Book #1
A sociopath serial murderer walks silently, avoiding detection, on beautiful Sunnyside Road, a toney paradise neighborhood in West Side, a small city in Western Massachusetts.
Brothers From Another Mother
– All for one! Always? –
EVIL EXISTS IN WEST SIDE Book #3
Years ago, seven boys connected as children at their local boys club. The strength of their bond lasts through adulthood—and now has serious, possibly murderous, implications. But now, with blood in the air, will they turn on each other or gang up on Beauregard as he seeks to uncover the truth?
Him, Me and Paulie
Drugs, Murder, and Undercover
A CAPTAIN BEAUREGARD MYSTERY
West Side MCU Captain Rudy Beauregard has created problems for himself, again. He is confounded by three levels of confidential informants, two of which are unauthorized non-police and the third informer belongs to the FEDs. Beauregard is sitting on a crime wave of sexually sadistic serial murders, drug turf war murders, and assaults on his detectives and members of his family.
Pellegrino’s first book has earned her a spot among my beloved modern writers. Her writing allowed me to enter a storyline that pretends normalcy within a realm of serial murders. (…)