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Welcome back for the third installment of the Jill Hunter Short Story Series.

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The Inside Job: A Jill Hunter Short #3

When Jill Hunter receives a call to work a job for Josie Slater, a defense attorney, she knows it will be interesting. When she learns that the woman’s husband, who she will be investigating is an FBI agent, she fears it will be too interesting.

Josie tells her that she believes her husband is plotting to have her killed, and that the private investigator she previously hired was so scared by what he learned, he refused to continue. Jill must find him and learn what scared him so much.

Can Jill crack the case or will she become a victim?

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The Inside Job is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, and incidents either are the product of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, events, or locales is entirely coincidental.

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I DIDN’T RECOGNIZE the number on my caller ID, but I answered the call anyway. I was currently between assignments, and I was itching to get back onto something useful. Something I could work alone. I swore once I would never return to the squad, but of course, I had. This time I meant it, and it would be good to be able to answer Jan honestly next time she called, and I said I was too busy.

Jill Hunter, I said as I answered the call.

Hello, I hope you can help me. A woman. She sounded like she was in her mid-forties.

Maybe, I said. What is it you need help with?

I need a private detective. One I can trust. To tail my husband and find out what he’s up to.

I’m a detective. What you need is a honey trapper. I’m sorry, this isn’t for me. I might not like the way the police operate, but I certainly wasn’t wasting all that training chasing someone’s husband on dirty weekends with his secretary.

No, you don’t understand, she told me. I thought he was having an affair. I’ve done the honey trapper thing, and he didn’t take the bait. I hired a private detective to follow him, and he refused to tell me anything. He gave me a full refund, told me he wasn’t willing to get involved and advised me to leave the country. I need to know what he found out that scared him that much.

I thought for a second. It sounded interesting, and I had to admit I was intrigued, but I was also a little suspicious that it was lies to get me to follow him and find out who he was having an affair with.

I’ll need to know a few more details before I can commit to helping you with this.

Can we meet? I’ll come to your office.

I don’t have an office. I move around a lot.

Okay, you come to my office then.

She gave me her name and the address of her office, and I hung up, agreeing to go over there later that afternoon.

I quickly fired up my laptop and Googled the company name the woman had given me. I was shocked to discover that her company was a law firm, and she was a named partner.

Now I was really interested. This was no husband screwing around. If it were, she would