Kotch

Kotch

by Richard Page

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Overview

A new prototype passenger aircraft is being developed to accommodate twenty-first-century travelers. With the advanced technology used in its construction and the capabilities it boasts, it is starting to attract major terrorist groups, especially Al-Qaeda.

Brandon and Shank Willows are private investigators still struggling to establish their names and taking on cases that promise to boost their careers.

With Brandon just recently savouring freedom after a several years of imprisonment for a crime he did not commit, the road ahead seems difficult, with a lot of obstacles to overcome; however, with his wife, Shank, he is sure that the future holds a wonderful treasure.

Brandon Willows and his wife, Shank, takes on a case brought by a man calling himself Steve Boot. At about the same time, Shank’s adoptive father, Borer Hamilton, proposes a lucrative yet very risky mission. As the couple engages to solving both the cases, they behold the Imagery of Trouble


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Product Details

BN ID: 2940012511850
Publisher: Dorrance Publishing Co. Inc.
Publication date: 04/23/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 162
File size: 840 KB

About the Author

Richard Page, a native of Jamaica West Indies, currently resides in Birmingham with his family. This book came into fruition after he witnessed a large influx of people in England seeking jobs, but unfortunately, the industries were undertaking financial woes. Many were jobless, but Richard has never had a streak of fear and hopelessness.

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