Cochise County Sheriff Joanna Brady is back on the case in J.A. Jance’s suspenseful new book, Judgment Call. When a body found in the Southern Arizona desert turns out to be the local high school principal, Sheriff Brady’s investigation leads her to question her judgment about her job and her family.
Hear more about the book from the author herself in her upcoming appearance at Murphy-Wilmot Branch Library when Jance will discuss her new book, answer your questions, and sign books.
Jance, who was raised in Bisbee and who now splits her time between Tucson and Seattle, has more than 21 million books in print, including 14 titles in the Brady series. Jance is also the author of the Seattle-based series featuring homicide detective J. P. Beaumont and seven mysteries featuring former television journalist Ali Reynolds.
Meet J.A. Jance
When: Monday, July 30 at 1:00 pm
Where: Murphy-Wilmot Branch Library, 530 N. Wilmot Rd. (south of E. 5th Street)
Cost: Free (Books will be available for purchase.)
More info, refer to J.A. Jance’s website (click here).
I heard Jance speak at one of those author workshops at the Tucson Festival of Books, which was well attended. Lots of people in Southern AZ enjoy her mysteries and she is a New York Times best selling author.