The Cape Cod Murders [NOOK Book]

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Jack Fuller is at it again, though this time he is not in Vegas but New England on Cape Cod looking for clues to the killer or killers of his wife Terry. The Sheriff in Vegas told Jake to go to Cape Cod and "follow the money" someone will contact him. A man does contact him, saying he knows who killed them but when he is to meet him for the evidence he finds the man brutally killed. The local police Lieutenant with Jake team up to attempt to find out who is running the large drug operation. Jake was told to ...

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Overview

Jack Fuller is at it again, though this time he is not in Vegas but New England on Cape Cod looking for clues to the killer or killers of his wife Terry. The Sheriff in Vegas told Jake to go to Cape Cod and "follow the money" someone will contact him. A man does contact him, saying he knows who killed them but when he is to meet him for the evidence he finds the man brutally killed. The local police Lieutenant with Jake team up to attempt to find out who is running the large drug operation. Jake was told to "follow the money" and they do, it leads to the Mafia in Boston. They put a contract out on Jake, he has to go in hiding until they and the police "play make a deal." Jake decides to return to Las Vegas to gather more evidence to help convict the manager of the hotel where he met his wife and where it all began. Jake once again is after those evil men no they are ruthless killers, and he will bring them to justice whatever time it takes.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045147910
  • Publisher: Raymond V. Martin
  • Publication date: 7/1/2013
  • Series: Jake Fuller , #2
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 22,845
  • File size: 247 KB

Meet the Author

While the thought of writing a novel has always been in my mind it was not until I retired to Florida that the thoughts became a reality. I am a retired dentist, living in Florida for many years now, I have always been interested in what it must be like to write a novel, and as I thought, it is simply great. My urge to write was probably in the blood as my father wrote a beautiful book before he retired too, it was well received by the press and readers of crime stories also. The effort of writing a book and getting ready for publication is very time consuming and arduous, more than the average reader of your book can imagine.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 12, 2014

    horrible

    the WORST book I've ever TRIED to read. this author needs to make up their mind, are they writing a romance novel or a murder mystery, they DON'T go together.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 5, 2014

    Cape cod murders

    Where was the editor for this book? Just goes to show how easy it is to pay for anthing you want, like getting this 3 rd rate piece of drivel to be called a book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 11, 2013

    Free

    This free book is below terrible. The grammer, tenses and punctuation are horrendous. The plot is inane, the characters unlikable. It is a decent length and the author seems to have spelled his own name right. Since, I have not read anything by this author before, I would not bet money on even that though. I found this book mind numbing tedious, confusing and not worth my time. For adults.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 4, 2013

    Anyone can "publish" a book

    This book is written in terrible English. The author must not be an English speaker. The grammar, punctuation and tenses are terrible!

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  • Posted October 1, 2013

    Could not get into this book as much as I tried. Despite readin

    Could not get into this book as much as I tried. Despite reading the reviews, I still assumed that it might be good. I agree with the comment on lack of punctuation and errors as there were so many that the sentences and thoughts did not make sense. Could not finish.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 1, 2013

    Reads as if it were written by a child with no talent for writin

    Reads as if it were written by a child with no talent for writing. It's a good thing it is free because I wouldn't pay for it!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 30, 2013

    Is this the first part of a series? It just stopped without an

    Is this the first part of a series? It just stopped without an ending. Hard to read - lack of punctuation, lots of grammatical and spelling errors. Could have used an editor. The story didn't flow well.

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