Played in Seattle

An unidentified man clutches a scrap of paper…
A nuclear engineering professor flirts with danger in more ways than one…
Email messages appear that seem to be coming from a naval program that was abandoned in the 60s…

Julia Fairchild and her sister Carly stumble onto a near-dead John Doe while enjoying a week in Seattle. Despite Julia’s resolve to avoid playing detective while on vacation, she is drawn into a web of mysterious emails and modern-day subterfuge.

After she runs into an old friend from her college days, she becomes an unsuspecting pivotal player in an undercover investigation. Fueled by her innate curiosity and sense of integrity, she searches for the answers to her questions.

And learns more than she bargained for.


Reedsy Discovery Review Snippet

"Back with another Julia Fairchild novel, P.J. Peterson dazzles once more."

"A great mystery that will keep series fans begging for more!"

"Quick, enticing, and great for a mystery reader on the go, P.J. Peterson is one to take note of for all who enjoy the genre."

"I can only hope there are more to come, as Dr. Julia Fairchild is fast becoming a character whose adventures I impatiently wait for as I read to pass the time."

"Kudos, Madam Peterson, for a great piece that kept my attention until the final page."

 - Review by Matt Pechey, Read the Full Review on Reedsy Discovery

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