Overview

"After the murder of his fi ancée, Mack Th omas goes to his uncle
Royâs ranch in Texas. While there, he learns that the death of his wife, which happened nearly two years ago, wasnât an accident as he previously believed, but murder. After getting a description of the man responsible and knowing that it had something to do with the refuge project in Minnesota, he returns home.
When he gets there he learns that two boys have been murdered much the same way his fi ancée, Mandy ...
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Bridge To No Good

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Overview

"After the murder of his fi ancée, Mack Th omas goes to his uncle
Royâs ranch in Texas. While there, he learns that the death of his wife, which happened nearly two years ago, wasnât an accident as he previously believed, but murder. After getting a description of the man responsible and knowing that it had something to do with the refuge project in Minnesota, he returns home.
When he gets there he learns that two boys have been murdered much the same way his fi ancée, Mandy was the previous summer. While talking to his friend, Dale Magee, the Clayborne County Sheriff , at one of the murder sites where a new bridge is under construction,
Dale off ers Mack a job as deputy sheriff and Mack accepts it. Th en while theyâre at the bridge, Mack has a serious disagreement with the construction foreman.
On his fi rst full day on the job Mack is ambushed and shot, but 4
days later heâs back on the job, eager to fi nd the killer of the boys and the man who killed his wife, hoping that killer will help him to Jason
Cheman, the man primarily responsible for the death of Mandy."
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781462808908
  • Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
  • Publication date: 9/22/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 741 KB

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