Publication Date: November 21, 2016

Publisher: Fedora Press

Binding Type: Hardcover (print)

ISBN-13: 978-0-692-81722-3

No. of Pages: 277



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Come What May

In the quiet of early morning, on a late-January day, twenty-eight-year-old Mary Beth Anderson is brutally murdered inside her Los Angeles townhouse. It appeared to LAPD detectives she was killed during a burglary gone sideways. Leads were thin and the case quickly went cold. Twenty-three years later, while temporarily assigned to the Cold Case Homicide Section, LAPD detective Ben Malone reviews the Anderson case. Finding plenty of holes in the theory doggedly followed by the original investigators, Malone becomes obsessed with solving the case. The murder investigation leads Malone down a path of betrayal, dark choices, and shocking turns, sending him hurtling into more trouble than he ever dreamed possible.


"Come What May is a very well written novel which will take you on a journey of intrigue and vindictive cover up. Based on a true story is what the author states which makes the story even more interesting. I enjoyed the character development and the way in which the author unraveled the facts to reveal the mystery. Good read! Looking forward to reading the next Malone Novel." - Amazon Reviewer Paul B.

"Great suspense novel! One of those books you just can't put down. Looking forward to the next one in this series. Love to find a new author that does such a great job!" - Amazon Reviewer Deborah Williamson

"This is the first book that I have read by Larry Darter and I really enjoyed it. Will definitely be reading more. This book was full of suspense and thrills to the very end. It was hard to put down. Loved it." - Amazon Reviewer Sammye

"Enjoyed the story line very much. It is in the same vein as Sam Spade and Bulldog Drummond. I really enjoy who dun its. Looking forward to your new book - keep up the good work. - Amazon Reviewer Shirley McClendon