Overview

The National Rare Blood Association is suspected of laundering money to terrorist groups. When Private Investigator Mark Matthews and FBI Agent Susan Harrington collect evidence against the NRBA, they become willing combatants in the “War on Terror."

John Portman, Director of Security for the NRBA is equally intent on avoiding detection. When he traces Mark’s and Susan’s probe into the NRBA’s computer, Agent Harrington soon finds herself the ...
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Blood Money

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Overview

The National Rare Blood Association is suspected of laundering money to terrorist groups. When Private Investigator Mark Matthews and FBI Agent Susan Harrington collect evidence against the NRBA, they become willing combatants in the “War on Terror."

John Portman, Director of Security for the NRBA is equally intent on avoiding detection. When he traces Mark’s and Susan’s probe into the NRBA’s computer, Agent Harrington soon finds herself the victim of a savage abduction. Mark is called in for his highly developed techniques for locating missing persons in the hopes of finding her.

Recovery of Susan only fuels the romance building between the two law enforcers. However, unknown to both, Portman’s assistant Mel Tarkington is hell bent on revenge against the pair, waiting for the right opportunity to penetrate the shield of protection the FBI erects around them.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013627789
  • Publisher: Untreed Reads
  • Publication date: 11/3/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 858 KB

Meet the Author

Ken’s debut novel centers on the exploits of Mark Matthews, a private investigator turned FBI agent. In Blood Money Mark helps topple an association funneling money to terrorist organizations. Blood Money is scheduled to be published as an ebook this fall.

Fatal Dose, the second Mark Matthews Mystery exposes a drug mafia distributing counterfeit prescription drugs.

Mysterious Forces is a multi-genre work about how Archetypes and Basic Instincts control our lives. Steeped in Jungian Metaphysics, it tells the story of three generations of the Hampton family, living, unknowingly, under the influence of the Archetype Perfidia.

Everyman, Revisited, Ken’s latest novel takes narrative license from a fifteenth century allegorical morality play and Philip Roth’s modern day adaptation, both simply called Everyman. In Everyman, Revisited, the protagonist is portrayed by Reverend Aaron Masters, minister of the New Thought Metaphysical Center. The novel is not about “new thought” per se; rather about new ways of thinking. Everyman, Revisited is as provocative as it is inspirational. It is written under the pen name Michael St. James.

Ken has epublished several short stories at Nights and Weekends, Writing Raw and Long Story Short.

Ken lives in Ohio, with his wife Jeannette
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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 9, 2012

    Edit before release!

    What happened to all of the proof readers? There are so many typos and missplaced words it is

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  • Posted May 7, 2012

    Blood Money is the best thriller I'v read in a long time. This

    Blood Money is the best thriller I'v read in a long time. This new author, K. J. Janssen is making a name for himself

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 19, 2012

    Great Read

    Very good read.

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