They Thought He Was Safe

by P. D. Workman
They Thought He Was SafeNew Release!
Series: Zachary Goldman Mysteries #5
Genres: Mystery, Mystery/Suspense, Suspense

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I'm I love with Zachary. I love him for his totally unlikeness to any hero, his kindness, his willingness to look beyond what others see - and the fact that he never gives up. Zachary is the friend we all need in our lives, and he proves this again when his friend Pat needs him.
—Elsa, Goodreads reader


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Zachary Goldman, PI is deeply flawed, unable to overcome much of his traumatic past, yet he is always ready to defend the underdog and right injustices. 

When Pat asked him to look into the disappearance of an illegal, Zachary agreed to take it, but didn’t expect to find anything more than a man who had returned to his family or fled immigration officials. But the more he digs, the more missing men Zachary discovers, and it quickly becomes apparent that the disappearance that was deemed by the police not to be suspicious was just the tip of the iceberg.

As the body count grows, so does Zachary’s determination to bring the killer to justice, no matter what the cost.

The trouble is, this case might cost him dearly.

P.D. Workman has created a deeply flawed but very compelling character in Zachary Goldman. His background is tragic and his ability to interact with the world and appear “normal” is one of his greatest daily challenges, and both informs and hinders his work as a private investigator.

Paul, Goodreads reader

They Thought He Was Safe is case #5 in the Zachary Goldman Mysteries series, but each book is a separate mystery and can be read as a standalone. Get your copy now!








About P. D. Workman

P.D. (Pamela) Workman writes riveting mystery/suspense and young adult books dealing with mental illness, addiction, abuse, and other real-life issues. For as long as she can remember, the blank page has held an incredible allure and from a very young age she was trying to write her own books.

Workman wrote her first complete novel at the age of twelve and continued to write as a hobby for many years. She started publishing in 2015. She has won several literary awards from Library Services for Youth in Custody for her young adult fiction. She made the USA Today Bestseller list in 2019. She currently has over 50 published titles and can be found at pdworkman.com.

Born and raised in Alberta, Workman has been married for over 25 years and has one son.