When criminal elements collide, the rules of the jungle will prevail, and those unprepared will pay the highest price.
"A piña colada with rum, bullets, and bloodshed. This Banana Republic should come with a travel advisory." ~ Jim Hamilton, Author of "The Last Entry"
Richie Makepeace flees to South America after being framed for a double-murder in Miami. He settles in La Vaca, a classic tiny town on the edge of the Colombian jungle, and meets Vicki Freeman, a top fashion model with a thing for "bad boys." While Richie resists falling for her, she and her rich boyfriend devise a wild, "adventurous" plan that relies on Richie helping them.
Richie does not want to get involved, but with cash running out, he concedes and sets it all up. He should have known it would lead to chaos, backstabbing, and bloodshed.
"Should be taught in Thrillers 101! Taut, twisty, and filled with danger at every turn!" ~ Ty Spencer Vossler, Author of "Deep Mud"
EVOLVED PUBLISHING PRESENTS a Crime Thriller / Hard-Boiled Mystery sure to keep you frantically flipping the pages. [DRM-Free]
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About the Author
EDITOR: Jenni Sinclaire has a deep fascination for language and the myriad ways it can be manipulated to express ideas. Reading and writing are, in her experience, among the most satisfying pursuits a person can engage in. She has always been drawn to editing as she feels it brings together the enjoyment of reading with the gratification of creating beautiful prose. She graduated with a Masters in Philosophy and since then has worked in various sectors including marketing, technology and publishing. Her editorial experience includes commercial copy and academic research, but fiction remains her great passion.