A one-car accident, even one that resulted in the death of a young mother of three, normally wouldn't be front-page material. But because Hallie witnessed it while coming home late on a rainy spring night, she can't get it out of her mind. With a little luck and a lot of digging, Hallie's good instincts put her on the trail of a much bigger story. And to get it, she'll to have to take some risks, but this time the stakes couldn't be any higher or more deadly.
A breakneck ride through Providence's crime world and a powerful look at Hallie's daily struggle with gambling addiction, "Yesterday's Fatal" will have readers holding on tight.
Praise For Yesterday's Fatal…
Praise for A Confidential Source
"A winner . . . Brogan keeps the suspense mounting. . . . She is a surefire mystery writer at the top of her form."
"[Brogan] takes the reader with her on a hair-raising ride."
"Brogan does a good job of creating a bristling plot and likable characters, while dosing the whole novel with elements of humor and satire that are original, accurate, and unexpected."
"Hallie Ahern is a journalist scraping the bottom of the media barrel in Jan Brogan's inventive and touching new mystery."
"Brogan's brooding analysis of the gambling itch that leaves so many decent people rubbed raw is especially persuasive in a narrator like Hallie."
--The New York Times Book Review
Minotaur Books, 9780312359973, 336pp.
Publication Date: May 1, 2007