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“You don’t legislate love, you legislate property.” These words resonated in Jere Myles’ first book. In the final book of his trilogy, Myles retains the legacy and ideals that psychiatrist, Dr Mieko Mitchell, held closely and passed to Jonathan Rose. Murder on Michigan Avenue leaves little to the imagination as the murder mystery series crashes to an unbelievable climax. This is a love story as seminal as any you will ever read. Jon continues his crusade to resolve issues of love live and let live, as he and others discover “Who was behind the door?”
Murder on Michigan Avenue begins with a surprise that puts readers into the minds of characters as various stories unfold before speeding to an unforgettable ending. Questions are finally answered. Deep secrets are uncovered. The author wrenches your heart as the Mieko and Jon story finds an unexpected ending. You’re on a roller coaster of a ride before Myles brings you back to the doorbell chime that ended the last book. Myles teases you with revelations that are haunting, yet necessary, for readers to empathize fully with the characters introduced in the previous two books.
All of the principal characters are back for the encore in this third book: Jon and Eileen, the police lieutenant who botched the investigation into Mieko’s murder, and the priest who is as handsome as a model. They are all here, seeking justice. New characters like lawyer Geri Legg, a former NFL star who’s gay, and an Agatha Christi matriarch sleuth, add twists that keep you reading as Myles seamlessly interweaves them into the fabric of the story. There is a ‘Six degrees of Separation,’ that stuns you as characters provide parts of the endings none of them suspected while they come face to face with demons none of them realized they had. Readers are entrapped in a story that they don’t want to end as corruption in the city of Chicago is seen at its worst. It’s an ending that will take you days to deal with.

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