Imperfect Murder

Imperfect Murder

by James J Murray


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Jon Masters learns that trusted friend and mentor, Dan Whitmore, has died. Although the police have ruled the death a suicide, Dan's wife, Sheila, believes her husband was murdered and pleads with Jon to help her prove it. Despite conflicting evidence and an uncooperative police detective, the case is reopened as a murder investigation. Retracing the last hours of Dan's life, Jon uncovers information to indicate his friend was not only murdered but possibly implicated in distributing pharmaceuticals which could put millions of lives at risk.Was Dan a willing accomplice or an innocent victim? The answer surprises even Jon. As he races to identify Dan's killer, a two-fold conspiracy to undermine the world's drug delivery system as well as to destabilize international politics unfolds.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781546724476
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 05/15/2017
Series: A Jon Masters Novel , #2
Pages: 364
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.75(d)

About the Author

James has experience in both pharmaceutical manufacturing and clinical patient management. Medications and their impact on a patient's quality of life has been his expertise. His secret passion of murder and mayhem, however, is a whole other matter. An obsession with reading murder mysteries and thrillers left him longing to weave such tales of his own. Drawing on past clinical expertise as a pharmacist and an infatuation with the lethal effects of drugs, James creates short stories and novels that will have you looking over your shoulder and suspicious of anything in your medicine cabinet.
James is the author of the Jon Masters medical thriller series and the popular murder mystery series with a debut novel featuring Detectives Rosie Young and Vince Mendez.
James also writes a weekly blog called "Prescription For Murder" that highlights many of the lethal substances used as murder weapons used in his writing. Subscribe at

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