“A simple coin toss, which led to a mystery, which led to
the unthinkable.'' Tony Harrington is driven down an eminent path when he
searches for the origins of an unusual-looking quarter. Similar quarters begin
showing up in Orney, a small Midwestern town where he lives and works for the
Orney Town Crier. What he uncovers during his investigation leads to a
connection with a sixty-year-old bank robbery and murder case. Two new murders,
the disappearance of a teenage boy, and Harrington's boss' ex-girlfriend have
him racking his brain to figure out how a simple coin toss could lead to all of
this in The Sophocles Rule.
Readers will be on the edge of their seats, trying to figure out who committed these heinous crimes and why. This book has non-stop action and suspense. Powerful characters, well-written dialogue, vivid and captivating detail, and a robust plot provide the reader with an exciting reading experience. This book is for readers who are captivated by mysteries and thrillers. Some prevalent themes in the book include love, loyalty, and justice. Truths get revealed. Loyalties get questioned. And this nail-biting, page-turning novel will have readers anticipating what is next for this series. This book can be read as a standalone or part of the Tony Harrington series. A book that is captivating, beautifully written, and a classic whodunit. The Sophocles Rule is part five of Joseph LeValley's book series and a page-turner for fans of mystery.