When Jo Gillespie's husband Ryan, an undercover policeman, is shot dead in mysterious circumstances, she resolutely sets out to discover who murdered him. Black Work is a compelling three-part story (x 60), which sees police officer Jo confront difficult truths about her family life and her marriage to Ryan. Mother to 7-years-old Melly and stepson Hal, Jo is emotionally distraught and heavily conflicted as she unravels the last six months of her husband’s life. She’s grieving and wracked with guilt following an attachment to Ryan’s colleague and fellow police officer Jack Clark, which puts further strain on her grieving family. Working out of a lock-up on a shadowy case for which no police department will take responsibility, Ryan has been watching a man recently released from prison. But why? And under whose orders?
Joe Gillespie is the main character. She works a police officer where her husband worked until recently and who was shot in mysterious circumstances. Joe could not believe that it happened to her. But then she realized that she needed to know the whole truth of the incident. As it turned out, her husband came out on the trail of a former offender who was recently released from prison. And now that her husband Ryan is no longer alive and his investigation is not closed, none of the superiors decided not to take responsibility for carrying out operations wherein he participated. Therefore, the main character has another challenge. She must to know who working on her husband. Also, Joe trying to find the strength to cope with her grief and certainly to get to the truth.Read more »