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Jungle of Glass
     

Jungle of Glass

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by Gerald J. Davis
 

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Someone has kidnapped the Honorary Consul of Ireland in El Salvador and is demanding a big ransom. Ed Rogan, a tough-as-nails private investigator, is hired to find the victim before the man's heart medication runs out. In his quest for the dark answers to the puzzle, Rogan enters a deadly jungle of intrigue, deceit and treachery. The rebels are after Rogan, the

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Someone has kidnapped the Honorary Consul of Ireland in El Salvador and is demanding a big ransom. Ed Rogan, a tough-as-nails private investigator, is hired to find the victim before the man's heart medication runs out. In his quest for the dark answers to the puzzle, Rogan enters a deadly jungle of intrigue, deceit and treachery. The rebels are after Rogan, the military is after him and a beautiful woman is trying to kill him. The action in this fast-paced thriller moves between New York penthouses and El Salvador mansions in a dangerous and exciting search for a missing man whose days are numbered unless Rogan can find him in time.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940013040106
Publisher:
Gerald Davis
Publication date:
08/23/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
227
Sales rank:
1,092,708
File size:
644 KB

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Meet the Author

Gerald J. Davis was born and raised in New York City. He has hitchhiked through seventeen countries in Europe and Asia and has lived in Central America. He has worked as a film editor, bellhop, stockbroker, lab technician, librarian, advertising executive and financial planner. He holds a Master of Science degree in Finance. He lives in Connecticut, is married and has a son and a daughter.

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Jungle of Glass 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The new Ed Rogan mystery places the Brooks Brothers sleuth in the steamy jungle of El Salvador to track down the kidnappers of a local diplomat. The action, attitude and humor found in "A Murder Too Personal," Rogan's last outing, is all there with extra relish. The characters, locales, and action ring true and obviously the author, whose bio lists extensive travel, is drawing from real experience and actual observations. There is a certain exotic pleasure in reading this page-turner to which the description "escapist" would not be disparaging. There's the snappy dialog you'd expect in the crime fiction genre, plus a well deserved guffaw earned for a shooting scene set in a lingerie shop. With "A Murder Too Personal" I was a Gerald J. Davis supporter, but with "Jungle of Glass" I'm a G-D fan. There seems to be an entire subculture of writers out there and if you stick to only the large publishing houses there is a lot you'll be missing. Read on.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very good. Exciting.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago