Granite Oath (Seamus McCree, #7)

Granite Oath (Seamus McCree, #7)

by James M. Jackson
Granite Oath (Seamus McCree, #7)

Granite Oath (Seamus McCree, #7)

by James M. Jackson

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Overview

On a Thursday afternoon, Kat Serrano leaves work early, briey returns to her remote trailer deep in Michigan's Upper Peninsula woods, and drives o with no explanation to her family. Two days later someone ransacks the trailer.

 

 

Kat is a Dreamer, and her mother won't talk to the police for fear she'll be deported and lose her 8-year-old granddaughter, Valeria.

Valeria is devastated by the events. She and her best friend from summer camp, Megan McCree, employ a "Pinky-swear" to get Megan's grandfather Seamus McCree to learn what happened.

 

 

Seamus uncovers a tangled web of drugs, prostitution, and dummy corporations, and soon find himself the target of killers. Anyone sane would wash his hands of the mess or turn it over to the police.

 

 

But Seamus has given his word, his granite oath, to learn the truth . . . even if it kills him


Product Details

BN ID: 2940166664235
Publisher: Wolf's Echo Press
Publication date: 08/29/2022
Series: Seamus McCree
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: eBook
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

James M. Jackson authors the prize-winning Seamus McCree series consisting of six novels, two novellas, and several short stories. Full of mystery and suspense, these thrillers explore financial crimes, abuse of power, family relationships, and what happens when they mix.

Jim has also published an acclaimed book on contract bridge, ONE TRICK AT A TIME: How to start winning at bridge, as well as numerous short stories and essays.

A lifetime member of Sisters in Crime and prior president of the 900+ member Guppy Chapter, Jim splits his time between the deep woods of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and the city delights of Madison, Wisconsin.

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