Murder in the Dog Park:
Discovering the body of a brutally murdered boy in a rainy dog park is the worst possible way for private detective Jane Ronson to start her day. To solve the crime, Jane must use her computer hacking and street fighting skills—with a little help from a sexy cop and a bull terrier with a bad attitude.

Dog Spelled Backwards:
Private investigator Jane Ronson suffers from oppositional defiant disorder—the uncontrollable urge Adobe Photoshop PDFto punch first and ask questions later. When a rabbi with a shady past offers a bag of cash to spy on a rival rabbi, Jane jumps at the chance. To succeed, Jane must infiltrate a black market kidney ring in Baltimore’s Orthodox Jewish community by impersonating one of its members. Between Russian gangsters and double crosses, Jane is No. 1 on everyone’s hit list. To get the bounty—and stay alive—Jane forms an alliance with a rabbi’s wife and confronts a dark family secret.



Check out the book trailer for Murder in the Dog Park

Praise for Murder in the Dog Park and Dog Spelled Backwards:

“Murder in the Dog Park is a howl.”
Rafael Alvarez
staff writer for HBO’s “The Wire”
author of Orlo & Leini

“We suspect that Jane Ronson will take her place beside Tess Monaghan as one of the city’s [Baltimore] few female P.Is.”
Baynard Woods
Baltimore City Paper

“Jill Yesko’s tightly woven debut delivers as much bite as bark…more than just a great walk in the park.”
Tom Schreck
author of The Vegas Knockout

 “if you like your humor a little on the dark side, you’re in for a treat. Believe me, you’ll never guess how this one ends!”
Tracy Weber
Author of Murder Strikes a Pose



Listen to theme music for Murder in the Dog Park by Brian Polhemus