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Murder, mayhem, the CIA and a family visit-just another day at the office for Savannah PD Crime Scene Unit Lt. Jason Vaughn. As Savannah, Georgia prepares to host its first ever Criminology Convention, Jason Vaughn recovers from a gunshot wound suffered at the hands of the Black Widow Killer-Angelica Powell.

Although this convention brings much needed revenue dollars to the city, convention attendee Jacques Moreau washes up dead less than a ...
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Master Sleuth

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Overview

Murder, mayhem, the CIA and a family visit-just another day at the office for Savannah PD Crime Scene Unit Lt. Jason Vaughn. As Savannah, Georgia prepares to host its first ever Criminology Convention, Jason Vaughn recovers from a gunshot wound suffered at the hands of the Black Widow Killer-Angelica Powell.

Although this convention brings much needed revenue dollars to the city, convention attendee Jacques Moreau washes up dead less than a mile from Vaughn's home on Tybee Island. When a piece of a five Euro bill is discovered, it's a race against time to find: a killer, counterfeiter, and discover why the CIA is in town.

For the first time in his career, Vaughn will team up with an unlikely ally and deal with two women who concern him most: Captain Jennifer Moran-his fiancée and commander of Savannah PD's Special Investigations Unit and...his stepmother; Lady Cecilia Vaughn-former partner to Chief Gerald Moran.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016733456
  • Publisher: Jim Johnson
  • Publication date: 5/23/2013
  • Series: The Jason Vaughn Case Files , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 209 KB

Meet the Author

Growing up in West Texas with only a reading interest in comic books, Jim Johnson never cultivated a serious interest in reading much less writing during his early life. He caught the writing bug when his brother, Poet Caesar Dubois, became published. When Caesar encouraged a possible collaboration and had to bow out, Jim continued to write with Caesar’s blessing.
His methodical research led to his first novel, Soldier and the Lady, which was published in 2005. His other writing credits include articles: A Whole New Game-New Names and Faces for the Abilene Reporter News, and Market Research Techniques and Publishing for the Abilene Writers Guild Newsletter. He is a former Executive Board member of the Abilene Writers Guild, and lives in Abilene, Texas with his wife Wilma.
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