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Even Pretty Girls Dress for Blind Spots

Even Pretty Girls Dress for Blind Spots

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by Addison James
     
 

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What do you do when life's illusions run out?
That's what Dresden Suitzs, powerful government investigator, has to figure out as he tackles his biggest mystery - the strange suicides of the world's top CEO's and bankers, which have crippled public confidence in the financial system. But Dresden has other problems -- he's in love with a dangerous woman who might

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What do you do when life's illusions run out?
That's what Dresden Suitzs, powerful government investigator, has to figure out as he tackles his biggest mystery - the strange suicides of the world's top CEO's and bankers, which have crippled public confidence in the financial system. But Dresden has other problems -- he's in love with a dangerous woman who might be behind all these mysterious deaths he is investigating. And the FBI is after him because they suspect he is behind all the chaos. And he's about to learn that his investigation could end the world. Dresden's having a tough month. And too bad the pills and booze aren't helping this time!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781475205275
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
05/25/2012
Pages:
208
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.44(d)

Meet the Author

Addison James lives in Nashville, Tennessee. He likes coffee, tea, and beer. He often wonders what the point of it all is, and the coffee and tea don't help much with that; thankfully, the beer does. He has also published a collection of short stories titled, He was the kind of guy who was great at parties, as long as he didn't tell you the truth. And a short project with single paragraph stories and poems entitled Paragraphs and Poems, The Wanderer's Might.

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Even Pretty Girls Dress for Blind Spots 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A good read, very different from what I would have thought. It's a mystery, but it also thinks about the nature of God and man. And it deals with economic stuff going on in the world right now. Did not not think it would be what it was. If you like stuff like Vonnegut, you'll probably enjoy it. I left a review already but I think it got lost, so if this repeats, I apologize.