Crossing the Centerline

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Crossing The Centerline

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  • ISBN-13: 9781590806357
  • Publisher: Echelon Press Publishing
  • Publication date: 1/1/2009
  • Pages: 272
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 7.90 (h) x 0.90 (d)

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  • Posted August 20, 2009

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    Characters you'll want to grab a quick bite of carry-out with

    Ansorge's characters dance across the page. Their antics and theatrics make them as welcome (and uncomfortable) to be with as family members at a reunion. What to do? You gotta love 'em.

    When these guys grab a quick bite to eat, as they check in with each other to swap clues at 6:00, I open my fridge and share the moment. Leftover Chinese, yum!

    A fun book with twists and turns, it takes you for a great ride!

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  • Posted May 20, 2009

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    An enjoyable investigative tale

    Lake County, Wisconsin's Sheriff's Department Detective Michael McCaffery is boat sitting for his former partner Carl Fletcher who is in Floridia taking a one month course and test to become a licensed charter boat captain. Michael notices a leg jutting out of the water by the boat; he calls his office to investigate who the victim is. However this John Doe has five IDs on him with the only evidence of who he is a partial fingerprint that matches one that was found in a deadly hit and run last year in which Carl's fiancée Lauren died, he lost the full use of a leg, and his career in law enforcement ended; the driver the semi was never found until now.-------

    When Carl comes home, Michael briefs him starting with having the One Fine Day moved to a safe place by ship repairer Meyer. The pair begins making inquiries over who wants Carl dead as they suspect that is why the "multiple" John Doe came to the vessel before accidently drowning. Soon the former partners and best friends are joined by Meyer, Sarah the waitress, Bernie the sheriff's department archivist and Carl's mom the Internet General all intent on uncovering whom the culprit is.--------

    CROSSING THE CENTERLINE is an enjoyable investigative tale starring an ensemble cast of professional and amateur sleuths in which each of the teammates are unique and fully developed. The story line is fast-paced from the opening sequence of Michael finding the dangling leg sticking out of the water by the boat and never slows down even when romantic coupling begins to occur. Although I had some issues over why the culprit waited to strike again if it was that urgent to eliminate Carl, fans will appreciate Allan E. Ansorge's exciting Wisconsin mystery and want more stories starring this loyal badger pack.-----------

    Harriet Klausner

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