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Crossing the Line (Sammy Greyfox Thrillers, #2)

Crossing the Line (Sammy Greyfox Thrillers, #2)

by hugh macnab

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Overview

How can you describe unspeakable evil?

 

A narcotice detective murdered

 

In her first case after nine months recovering from her involvement in a fatal shooting, Sammy Greyfox is tasked with finding the killer - a straight forward task. Or is it?

 

A dominatrix

 

An addict who has abandoned her children...a blackmailer who delivers pain for pleasure. But is she a victim or a killer?

 

A safe with secrets

 

The discovery of a secret list which was never meant to be found, will compound Sammy's case and result in a race against time to prevent more deaths.

 

A twist of fate

 

Two young women enter Sammy's life. One will enrich it, the other will save it.



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Product Details

BN ID: 2940165138898
Publisher: hugh macnab
Publication date: 07/01/2021
Series: Sammy Greyfox Thrillers
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 7 MB

About the Author

If you need an underground cable pulled in, a cocktail mixed, a Global technology plan developed, or maybe you suffer from one of many Mental Health concerns - I'm your man.

Within my career, I have worked with and helped so many people with such varied and interesting backgrounds that this more than compensates for the lack of specific crime, police procedure and political experience when writing my books. Of course I should also mention that I have read thousands of books since the age of four - and am now ancient - so that's a lot of books.

Along with my long-term suffering parter, we have five middle-aged children and ten grandchildren between us. For those who have not yet experienced the joy of grandchildren - yes, it is true - you can give them back after their stay!

If I am not writing, you may find me on the tennis court when the aches and pains allow, or walking the golf course pretending I know what I'm doing, or putting my partner in trouble with my erratic bidding while playing Bridge. As for my guitars - they look good, although the dust is gathering.

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