Cold Hard Cash

Cold Hard Cash

by Trevor Douglas

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The bodies are just the beginning... (Bridgette Cash Series - Book 3)
The gruesome discovery of a skeleton and a body in an underwater cave becomes Detective Bridgette Cash's greatest mystery when forensics reveal they have more in common than just fatal gunshot wounds to the head. As Bridgette seeks answers, deep into an underworld from which she has little hope of escape. Alone and exposed, can she survive long enough to expose the truth and bring justice to the victims? 

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BN ID: 2940156384501
Publisher: PublishDrive
Publication date: 03/09/2019
Series: Bridgette Cash Mystery Thriller Series , #3
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 332
Sales rank: 19,057
File size: 10 MB

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Cold Hard Cash 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous 10 months ago
Im bumming that I finished the Bridgette Cash books. I absolutely loved this mystery series. It held my interest to the very end. Many crooks and turns not expected kept me reading from bedtime until sunrise!! Not many stories can do that. Thank you. I like your writing style,please keep writing and I will continue to buy your books.
Anonymous 10 months ago
Bridgette is a compelling and intelligent character. The author has the ability to write every character as if you've met them. The storyline is involving and interesting. The pace, suspense and action are perfectly timed. I read it avidly from start to finish. Hope there is another Detective Cash novel soon! --Books4Me
MonnieR More than 1 year ago
By golly, this is a good book! In fact, it's an excellent series; I admit I skipped the first one ("Cold Comfort"), but I thoroughly enjoyed the second ("Cold Trail") and this, the third featuring Hartbourne Metro Detective Bridgette Cash, is better still. As this one begins, Bridgette is back at work after events of the previous book brought trauma - including the loss of her partner. She's escorted to an underwater cave, where a diver found two dead bodies: one many years old and the other relatively fresh. Both, it's determined, died as a result of gunshots to the head. Other than that, clues as to their identity remain submerged, but Bridgette begins an investigation that hopefully will land results. Her beloved supervisor, Felix Delray. has her back; but he's at the mercy of a commissioner who, let's just say, isn't Bridgette's biggest fan (nor she his). In part because Bridgette may be in danger as a result of her continued attempts to find the person who murdered her mother a couple of decades ago, the commissioner orders up a new partner named Aaron Sterling. He's obnoxious, arrogant and disdainful of women (Bridgette in particular), but she's determined to make the best of the situation. Initially focusing on the more recent victim, Bridgette finally narrows the list to a missing person at a local horse breeder's operation. Her boss claims to know nothing about the place (why the police wouldn't be fully aware of it since it sponsors an annual race that brings in an attendance of 70,000 is a puzzlement to me, but hey). At any rate, he gives Bridgette the go-ahead to visit, checking out the stable that belonged to the man who suddenly disappeared and learning that he isn't the first. That discovery leads to other links in the investigative chain, a bang-up ending and, of course, fodder for another book. For those who enjoy police procedurals with interesting characters and plenty of action, I recommend that you give this series a try. Meantime, I thank the author for offering me a copy to read and review. Well done!