Alexandria’s father walked out of her and her mother’s lives five years ago. Now Alexandria has been murdered. Her killer is dead; case closed. Does her father deserve to be told of his daughter’s death even though he abandoned his family? According to Alexandria’s aunt, yes. First, he must be found and who better to find him than Private Investigator CJ Washburn. After all, wasn’t it because of CJ that she wound up dead in the first place, targeted by a deranged killer?
Leave no stone unturned, CJ is told. Find him no matter what. From Tucson, Arizona to Fishers, Indiana to St. Petersburg, Florida, he follows the leads only to find himself handcuffed to a table in a St. Petersburg Police Department interview room in front of Detective Parker DuPont. The charge: Murder. In fly Special Agent Joshua Washburn, CJ’s son, and Stella Summers, his fiancé and partner. With the FBI, HLS, Interpol and who knows what else involved, can CJ and Stella figure out what it all has to do with Alexandria’s father being born in the middle of the Battle of the Bogside in Derry, Northern Ireland in 1969? And what’s the United Irish Republican Army doing in Florida?
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About the Author
James Paddock, Indie Author and avid reader, was born and raised in the Big Sky Country of Montana. The forty-plus years following high school include a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Idaho, service with the U.S. Navy, owner/operator of a small business in South Carolina, a career as a Graphic Designer and a marriage that produced 3 fine children, who then have provided bragging rights for many very fine grandchildren. James began writing short stories in 1993, graduating to novels at the turn of the century. Since then he has produced 12 full-length novels, an inspirational novella and an anthology of 13 of his best short stories, all of which can be found at DesertBookShelf.com. He is now living in Florida with his wife, Penny, enjoying the sun and working on his next novel. Find out more about him at http://about.me/james.paddock