The Case of the Invisible Souls

With Christmas a few weeks away and happy these last few months had been quiet, Jarvis Mann decides to take on an interesting case. A homeless veteran knocks on his door with a story of how several of his homeless companions have been bribed and taxied away never to return. Taking pause to the man’s story at first, Jarvis digs deeper learning of plans to clear out the homeless. When the man is attacked, and seriously injured, Jarvis goes undercover, learning more about life on the streets than he ever knew, becoming one of the Invisible Souls in search of an answer.

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This story has plenty of mystery and I loved trying to figure out the meaning of the clues that Jarvis finds. It is like putting together a puzzle. I have read several books in the Jarvis Mann series and I have loved every one of them. Jarvis is a character that does incredible investigative work and doesn’t give up until the whole truth is revealed. I am always looking for the next book in this series because I know that I will not be disappointed. This is an author who knows how to write a story that you will not soon forget. I believe that this is a story that everyone should read as it gives a voice to those who are considered “Invisible Souls.” - Laura Furuta

A short but powerful read. I will say that I love the Jarvis Mann books however this one had a powerful underlying message of the homeless and of the people who have served our country and been forgotten - Shelly Wygant

This is a very short story and quick read that will have you rooting for Invisible Souls everywhere. R. Weir is an amazing story teller - Kelli Harper

Wow!!! Where do i start? This story is so well written and filled with all the right elements that a great author lays on paper for you to see. - B.K. Maxwell

I'm pretty sure I have a full blown crush on Jarvis Mann. He has a kind soul and a gentle heart. He is willing to help even those who can't afford to pay. This is a fantastic short story (53 pages of Jarvis Mann perfection) that moves quickly and is an enjoyable read - Maura

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