Kiss Hidden Lies (Jake Hancock Private Investigator Mystery series Book 1)
By Dan Taylor
Kiss Hidden Lies is the fast-paced and action-packed first chapter in the Jake Hancock mystery series, and also happens to be a #1 bestselling comedy. We hope you enjoy it!What readers are saying about Kiss Hidden Lies:“Full of twists, scenarios t...
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Kiss Hidden Lies is the fast-paced and action-packed first chapter in the Jake Hancock mystery series, and also happens to be a #1 bestselling comedy. We hope you enjoy it!
What readers are saying about Kiss Hidden Lies:
“Full of twists, scenarios that cracked me up and the humor was awesome.” Denise Garnder
“Strap in and hold on because this P.I. grabs your heart and never lets go!” Carolyn Johnson
“Taylor has introduced a very likable private eye with non-stop witty remarks throughout all the ups and downs.” Sherry Karakey
“With every turn of the page there's snappy dialog, outrageous jokes and clever plot lines.” Fredrik Valmestadrød
Private Investigator Jake Hancock gets a seemingly straightforward gig: finding out who an actress’s biological father is. But there’s a catch. His client’s parents are unaware she knows the guy who’s been posing as her father is an imposter. And she insists Hancock poses as her older boyfriend to discover the truth from within her family home.
Her parents are onto him the moment he steps through the front door, and the roller coaster of an investigation begins.
To escape the heat of scrutiny, Hancock rushes his client to an age-regression hypnotherapy session to learn about a time period her parents seem hazy about. What he discovers throws him a curveball: His client had two different parents up to the age of three…something she’s unaware of now. The strange part? They lived together in the same family home.
There’s a bizarre secret at the heart of his client’s childhood. And Hancock must face an ethical dilemma for which he isn’t prepared.
As a detective, he’s bound to reveal the truth…but at what cost to his client’s happiness?