Breach of Duty: A J. P. Beaumont Novel (Mass Market)
For the first time as a premium edition, a reissue of the fourteenth J. P. Beaumont novel by New York Times bestselling author J. A. Jance.
J.A. Jance is the New York Times Bestselling author of more than sixty books. Born in South Dakota and raised in Bisbee, Arizona, she and her husband live in the Seattle area with their two longhaired dachshunds, Mary and Jojo.
“Jance, as usual, relates a clean and tightly woven plot distinguished by authentic dialogue, honest emotions and characters readers will care about.” — Publishers Weekly on Breach of Duty
“J. A. does an outstanding job of delivering a very emotional book, wrapped up within a mystery that keeps the reader on edge to the very end.” — Suspense Magazine on Sins of the Fathers
“[A] mystery with heart . . . readers . . . will savor every word . . . Jance should win new fans with this one.” — Publishers Weekly on Sins of the Fathers
“J. A. Jance is one of the best at combining mystery and family dynamics. J. P. Beaumont . . . is a character occasionally afflicted with angst, depression, and guilt, but not so much that he becomes tiresome. Rather, he becomes human, with all the temptations, missteps, failures, and ultimately successes, large and small, that most share.” — New York Journal of Books on Sins of the Fathers
“The two parallel cases provide plenty of action, while keeping a premium on character studies and violence to a minimum. Once again, the compassionate, intelligent Joanna balances a busy home life and a complex job with aplomb. This long-running series consistently entertains.” — Publishers Weekly on Missing and Endangered
“Jance has brought us yet another winner!” — Dallas Morning News
“One of the country’s most popular mystery writers.” — The Oregonian (Portland)
“A dillusioned, cynical hero in the classic hard-boiled tradition.” — Journal-American
Praise for J.A. Jance: “Jance delivers a devilish page-turner.” — People
“J.A. Jance does not disappoint her fans.” — Washington Times
“Suspenseful, action-packed.” — Dallas Morning News
“Taut . . . entertaining.” — Entertainment Weekly
“Credible and entertaining.” — Orlando Sentinel