Fortune and Glory (Miss Fortune World, #2)

Fortune and Glory (Miss Fortune World, #2)

by Stephen John

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Fortune, Ida Belle and Gertie are in high-gear in this thriller. Fortune learns about the unsolved murder of a seventeen-year-old girl in Sinful thirty years ago. New evidence puts them on a trail to find the man in the black Fedora, the last man ever seen with the young girl alive. The Swamp Team embark on a cross country adventure, exhausting lead after lead, until Fortune gets a break—a break that places her in grave danger. Fortune finds herself in the hands of the killer, cut off from her friends with the clock winding down.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940156128594
Publisher: Stephen John
Publication date: 11/15/2018
Series: Miss Fortune World
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 34,224
File size: 416 KB

About the Author

Steve is a retired business executive and freelance sports journalist. He loves to write cozy mysteries, though his first book was non-fiction. Steve interviewed thirty of the top poker players in the world for Phil Hellmuth's book, Deal Me In. Steve has also written a Dan Maddock novel with David Wood (Devil's Face) and a Blake Crouch's Wayward Pines novel called Unspoken. Steve lives in Seattle and enjoys spending time with his wife of 41 years, his two children and his two grandchildren. He can often be found playing classic rock on his acoustic guitar.

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Fortune and Glory (Miss Fortune World, #2) 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a really well done book, IMO. The plot is unique for this series. Fortune stumbles on a cold case, a murder from many years before and decides to pursue it. The trail leads her and her buddies in many directions before she and the SWAMP team are able to chisel it down. Just when you think you know who it is, you find out it isn't. Punchy dialog and solid story development with a good smattering of humor thrown in. A really good whodunit.