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A Shot In The ...
     

A Shot In The ...

by David Broughton
 

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Mellisa's partner, and detective traing officer is shot, as well as the other crime seen techs, while she's stuck in traffic taking evidence to the station. The body of a tattooed murder victim they were investigating has disappeared, so has the piece of skin that she found in the copier, the piece with the map on it. Why? Nobody has a clue, other than the copies of

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Mellisa's partner, and detective traing officer is shot, as well as the other crime seen techs, while she's stuck in traffic taking evidence to the station. The body of a tattooed murder victim they were investigating has disappeared, so has the piece of skin that she found in the copier, the piece with the map on it. Why? Nobody has a clue, other than the copies of the map she made. The map doesn't make any sense without the key, so it's of no help. Mel swears that she'll not only get the shooters, but those that ordered it, but how? Clues are nearly nonexistent. Now partnered with a hunky ex-military type from the uniform division, she investigates the case. She has to step back into the covert world of the super secret agency she thought she left behind. How will she find the perps, and those behind them? Not by following the rulebook, that's for sure.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940011920950
Publisher:
Davlin Press
Publication date:
11/08/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
280 KB

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David's career after joining the military is sketchy, he won't talk about it, not even to his closest friends. His wife helps him flesh out the fictional stories they write together, making the characters seem more real, since the primary characters are female, her input is important.

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