Overview

When private investigators Raam Commoner and Kayman Karl buy a derelict Hollywood mansion and start out to restore it to its early glory they have no idea that they’ll dig up a fifty-year old family skeleton and the key to a looted fortune.

But as Raam watches their money get sucked into the restoration vortex, and an outrageous tattooed performance artist makes a documentary of the project, Raam’s Israeli mother breaks the code and starts ...
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Common Place

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Overview

When private investigators Raam Commoner and Kayman Karl buy a derelict Hollywood mansion and start out to restore it to its early glory they have no idea that they’ll dig up a fifty-year old family skeleton and the key to a looted fortune.

But as Raam watches their money get sucked into the restoration vortex, and an outrageous tattooed performance artist makes a documentary of the project, Raam’s Israeli mother breaks the code and starts them on a trek that takes them from Beverly Hills to Geneva hunting for the mysterious character who is using rapidly escalating maneuvers to take the property away from them – or kill them in the process.

Fighting off the politically ambitious grandson of a former owner of the property, avoiding a mafia family with a lot of money at stake, and trying to stay below the radar of the California bureaucracy, Raam and Kayman will need a common place to hide as they retreat before the fatal onslaught of a small blue butterfly.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781483505206
  • Publisher: BookBaby
  • Publication date: 8/15/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 200
  • Sales rank: 444,699
  • File size: 326 KB

Meet the Author

Born in New York City, I grew up on Long Island, got my Engineering degree from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, NY, spent two years on active duty in the Air Force, accidently migrated to Portland, Oregon, studied law at Lewis & Clark’s Northwestern School of Law, joined one of Portland's most prestigious law firms, founded the firm's Environmental Law section and practiced environmental law until I retired to take up writing.

The first three books in my Common Denominator Series of romantic thrillers featuring recovering lawyer Raam Commoner and his kick-butt PI partner, Kayman Karl, are available as e-books at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobos, Smashwords, and my website: www.richarddavidbach.com. Download and enjoy COMMON ENEMY, COMMON GROUND and COMMON PLACE.
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