Dear readers, tonight with us is a private investigator. She’s here to tell us about being drawn into a court case starting with the severe injury of a mother at her daughter’s sweet sixteen party — followed by her even more suspicious death.
Tell us a little about where you grew up. What was it like there?
I’m a military brat. My father served in the US Army Special forces. So I’ve lived in various places in the US, Europe, Latin America and Asia.
Did you have any favourite toys as a child? Any cherished memories?
Following in my father’s footsteps, I also served in the military and ultimately became a private investigator when I retired.
What do you do now?
As a private investigator, I work with law firms and individual clients. Sometimes, it’s the run of the mill divorce case spying on cheating spouses and catching them in the act. But when I work for law firms, it can vary depending on the assignment. I may have to spy on the firm’s clients to ensure they’re on the up and up. Or I may have to investigate and interview witnesses to a murder scene. It all depends. That’s why I love my job. It varies day by day.
What can you tell us about your latest adventure?
In my latest adventure, I work with the Mendoza law firm to find out why a hotel guest unexpectedly injured herself by falling down the stairs. Complicating things is she ultimately died under suspicious circumstances. Inevitably, I have to investigate in various states including, Las Vegas, NYC, and Phoenix, Arizona.
What did you first think when you when to saw the scene of the accident?
The luxury hotel premises were lush and beautiful. I wished I was staying there myself rather than working. But what I found there, wow, it changed the whole investigation. I’m skilled but sometimes luck plays a big part of it.Continue reading “Pamela Williams (of May It Please the Court, by Daniel Maldonado)”