DOWNFALL
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DOWNFALL

Código de artículo:
E1000652407
Editorial:
FRANK YANNETT
Fecha edición:
Materia
Libros para Todos
ISBN:
9783966337601
Formato:
EPUB
Idioma:
Inglés
Tipo de libro:
Ebook
DRM
Si

WITH A COMBINATION OF HARDBOILED TOUGHNESS AND THE LATEST TECHNOLOGY, PRIVATE DETECTIVE JAKE MONROE RACES TO FIND THE CRIMINAL MASTERMINDS BEHIND THE PLOT FOR HIS DOWNFALL.

Private detective Jake Monroe is intrigued by a beautiful client asking him to find her missing boyfriend. Monroe soon realizes the case is more than a simple disappearance. By using a combination of old school toughness along with new school technology, he uncovers multiple murders connected to a large drug smuggling crime syndicate run by gangsters partnering with corrupt city politicians, police officials and greedy businessmen.
When Monroe is framed for murder and kidnapping, he realizes someone is intent on getting him permanently out of the way.
He now races to reveal the mastermind behind the plot to bring about his downfall.

?Exciting and suspenseful! Once I started reading, I couldn?t put it down. A great book!?-Alex Jackson, Advertising Copywriter
?Jake Monroe is a great P.I. who you?ll be pulling for as he fights for his reputation and life.?-Betty Eppler, Database Administrator
?If you like modern hard-boiled fiction, this is the book for you. It?s tense and tough with plenty of surprises.?-Carlos Bravios, Engineer
?Very captivating! From the first page the story pulls you in.?-Linda Henry, Sales Associate
?Chapters read well with good pace and enough detail. Builds good level of interest for the entire story.?-Brook Thomas, Travel Consultant
?Is a good read. The descriptions of the characters and locations are in [enough] detail for the reader to imagine but not overdone. Keeps the reader interested in every chapter. Well done!?-Marie Opallo, Accountant

Monroe placed his bag of electronics behind the dumpster and was getting ready to take a look at the building when he heard footsteps behind him. Spinning around, he instinctively raised his left forearm to deflect the blow from the black rubber baton that was coming down hard on him. He turned his head to his left behind his uphel

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