The Code: A Christopher Lance Thriller [NOOK Book]

Overview

Solve an unsolvable crime. Break an unbreakable code…

A decade ago, Emily Stuart was America’s sweetheart until the world class gymnast is murdered in her prime. But that’s not all. Emily fell to a serial murderer known as the Code Killer. Her murder was one of six, and the killer left behind a cryptic tattoo on each victim, a code of sorts. The police never caught the killer or cracked the code!

Christopher ...

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The Code: A Christopher Lance Thriller

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Overview

Solve an unsolvable crime. Break an unbreakable code…

A decade ago, Emily Stuart was America’s sweetheart until the world class gymnast is murdered in her prime. But that’s not all. Emily fell to a serial murderer known as the Code Killer. Her murder was one of six, and the killer left behind a cryptic tattoo on each victim, a code of sorts. The police never caught the killer or cracked the code!

Christopher Lance does not know when to stop...

To be with the woman he has always loved, Jordan Hilliard, Christopher moves to New York and, in doing so, leaves behind the newspaper world. His world. Without a fresh mystery to solve, Christopher is lost until he meets Jordan’s new boss, manipulative half billionaire Michael Park. When the two are alone, Park asks Christopher to look into the unresolved murder of an old college friend, Emily Stuart. What Christopher finds changes everything!

Christopher’s investigation leads him to the doorstep of another millionaire, Patrick Sweet, who when not building high-rise condos along the Miami skyline spends his time enjoying the finer things in life. Sweet, as a young man, had been a suspect in Emily’s murder. Now Sweet appears to be just a flamboyant man who spends money as fast as he makes it. However, things are never as they seem. Christopher is soon caught between a high stakes game played by two millionaires. As Christopher gets closer to the truth, and Jordan gets drawn into the world of her powerful boss, bodies start dropping again after ten years, Code Killer style.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045593410
  • Publisher: L. Jerome Word
  • Publication date: 1/19/2014
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 13,774
  • File size: 396 KB

Meet the Author

Born near Nashville, Tennessee, after bouncing around the Midwest and Deep South, the author now resides in Jackson, Tennessee with his wife. At night, during those nocturnal hours, he writes, but during the day he ‘makes a living’.His next Christopher Lance Novel will be available winter of 2013.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 9, 2014

    Good

    This was my first book by this author. As a who-done-it, it was great. However, it deserved better editing. The misuse of words was sprinkled throughout the story. Items fall on to a floor, not in to a floor, ceased is to stop, seized is to take.....and many more of these bloopers were not corrected.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 24, 2014

    Excellent

    Another winner. Grabs you from pg one and doesnt let go. Actually i think its better than the first one. Christopher Lance is a first rate journalist but should have been a detective. Highly recommend.

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