Killing to Know

Killing to Know

by Sean Van Damme
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Killing to Know by Sean Van Damme

Calvin Hobbs is a cantankerous retired Richmond Police officer who now runs a small Private Investigative service. He will take just about any case his specialty is gathering evidence on cheating spouses.
Tonight though Hobbs is faced with a different type of task; breaking into the apartment of a mob lawyer to steal a copy of a recently diseased Boss’ will. Little does Hobbs know that contained in this document is information that more people than his employer are after. The case sends Hobbs down a path of death, car chases, shifty women, and secret agents.
Killing to Know is a hard-boiled thriller set in a gritty version of Richmond Virginia and the first of the Calvin Hobbs series of mysteries.

The second edition of Killing to Know is the same book plot-wise the only changes that have been made were ones that addressed grammar and spelling.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940014107440
Publisher: Sean Van Damme
Publication date: 01/31/2012
Series: Calvin Hobbs , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 972,354
File size: 403 KB

About the Author

Sean Van Damme grew up all around the country as part of a military family, finally settling in the Richmond Virginia area. A love of stories and writing has been with him his entire life. A long fling with script writing and movies led Sean to try and major in film ending up instead with what turned out to be his second love, TV news. After graduating from Virginia Commonwealth University (go Rams) he started working at a local TV station as a video editor and photographer. Sean lives in a nice little house with his Fiancé Elizabeth their dog Gaius (Baltar not Creaser) and cat Gracie.

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Killing to Know 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
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recycler More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed reading this book. It was a bit predictable, but a nice read. I enjoyed the author's descriptive style. I found it easy to picture the locale and scenery.