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From Day One

The Winters siblings were always close to one another, and each had a special bond to their sister Vera. Coming from a family of modest means, Ruth, the eldest of the siblings, is plagued with newfound wealth, opulence, and some deadly secrets. A figure of physical beauty, she quickly marries after college and starts a life with a powerful businessman.

The Gripping First Book.

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Day After Day

What could possibly ruin the perfect union of a sun-drenched Tallahassee wedding? For starters, a murdered father-in-law on the front steps of the church might just blow a few holes in the concept of “happily ever after.” Now it’s up to her husband to uncover who spilled blood on his nuptials, and why, in Day After Day, the second installment in author Jennifer Taylor Wojcik’s spellbinding “Day” series of three crime thrillers.

The Second of the Triad

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The Final Day

This third book in the thrilling Day trilogy, The Final Day: All Clear, brings the Winters family drama back into frame with further tragedy, newly uncovered secrets, and even more plot twists.

The Thrilling Conclusion

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From The Author:

Crime novels come in all types – some purely discuss murder or gruesome scenes of mayhem; while others involve mystery, intrigue, action and history. My approach to writing about crime is to tell a great story well, without brutal detail, filthy language or gratuitous sex. If you’re looking for blood and guts, look to other authors for that.

If you resonate with any of the questions below, you’ve come to the right author’s website:
  • What would do if your sister married into the mob?
  • How would you feel if the Mafia was targeting your family?
  • How would you react if a loved one suddenly disappeared from a family gathering?
  • How would you respond if you met a dump truck head on that forced a bag of garbage into your vehicle with a dead body inside?
  • What would you do if someone you loved suddenly turned on you and where would you turn for help?
Crime exists in our world – from petty thefts to grand larceny, and from everyday wrong-doing to murder.

The Day Trilogy (From Day One, Day After Day and The Final Day) is a fictional, but all-too-possible story of the organized, established, and deadly activity that could happen in our lives. Read from the beginning - get to know the Winters family characters, and follow them on an unforgettable journey of love, loss, and survival.

The newest additions Murder In Toy Town and Crime By Design begins a new series and features Investigator and Attorney Heather Howell; one of the beloved characters from the Day Trilogy. With a guest appearance from her compatriots, Matthew Winters and Peter Sutherland, we meet a new protégé named Bascom. It is the job of Howell and Bascom to prove their client’s innocence, but that means finding out who really committed the murder. Mystery, intrigue and plot twists keep you wondering: who did it?

Crime By Design takes a look at a heinous but often unreported crime – stalking, with an added bonus – sources of help. Now classified as a felony in all states and territories governed by the United States, stalking is now a crime. Countless men and women alike have been harassed, stalked and emotionally damaged. Now there are resources, there is help, and this novel reveals some of those resources.

Story telling at its best – with all the mystery and plot twists - without the gore.

Jennifer Taylor Wojcik

Author and Novelist





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