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The 10 million credit reward offered for the recovery of a unique piece of artwork entices T.J. and his pirate crew to join in the hunt. Unfortunately, they find themselves in competition with some unscrupulous police officers bent on securing the prize at any cost. The ruthless tactics of the renegade officers leave behind a trail of bruised and battered innocents as they search, but luckily the pirate crew is able to stay one step ahead of them. Unfortunately, when a battle for possession of the painting ...

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Overview

The 10 million credit reward offered for the recovery of a unique piece of artwork entices T.J. and his pirate crew to join in the hunt. Unfortunately, they find themselves in competition with some unscrupulous police officers bent on securing the prize at any cost. The ruthless tactics of the renegade officers leave behind a trail of bruised and battered innocents as they search, but luckily the pirate crew is able to stay one step ahead of them. Unfortunately, when a battle for possession of the painting backfires, three members of the crew are captured and the weight of their rescue falls onto the shoulders of the one remaining pirate girl. She must use all her resources to save her friends so she devises a plan that she hopes won’t blow up in her face.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045010788
  • Publisher: Craig Conley
  • Publication date: 9/27/2012
  • Series: T.J. & Luna, #4
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 488 KB

Meet the Author

Craig Conley always had a love for astronomy and physics, soaking up everything he could find on these subjects. His stories reflect that passion and the science he employs is based on our current level of knowledge about the universe and its workings. He also adds a sense of humor and a touch of roguishness to his pirate gang, and the results are quite entertaining. Much of his life was spent as a professional musician and that extraordinary late-night environment lends color to his characters.
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