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Millions in stolen valuables, mysterious beautiful women, shady hoods and a tangled web of lies spell disaster for young, hard-boiled Orlando detective Scott Jarvis unless he can unravel the mystery before the body count rises over his head.... 

A sexy new client needs Jarvis to track down her ex-boyfriend who’s left her in desperate financial straits.... A supermarket chain is being skimmed for thousands…and a billionaire has been robbed of millions in valuables including a personal journal that could tear open his empire and leave him in ruins. While Jarvis struggles to balance his time and solve all three cases at once, he soon realizes that this heavy workload isn’t a coincidence.

Like the unsuspecting fly who stumbles into the web, the young private investigator must struggle to unravel the puzzle before he too is engulfed and becomes yet another victim of whoever it is who’s really pulling the strings. 

Join Jarvis in his second action-packed Florida mystery thriller as he powers his way through the lies, intrigue, seduction, and murder.... Time is running out, and disaster lurks ever closer! 

©2018 Scott W. Cook (P)2020 Scott W. Cook

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  • 14-01-2021

It's getting exciting

I love this series and highly recommend it. This one is a great tangled web of intrigue and the bonus for the next book sounds great. Great narration too.

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