By Jonathon King
E-book 4 of the bestselling Max Freeman secret sequence: Max's research of a string of murders in south Florida leads him to the main surprising of suspects
After 3 younger girl bartenders have been murdered in Miami and one went lacking in Philadelphia, Freeman's ex-girlfriend Sherry Richards hires him to aid with the case. Freeman grudgingly accepts the activity, regardless of Sherry's insistence retired police officer who stored Freeman's existence again in Philadelphia is the major suspect. As Freeman returns to Philly to enquire, he needs to face his emotions of camaraderie for his former colleague, his affection for Sherry, and a resurgence of his personal own demons on the way to clear up the crime earlier than the killer can strike again.
This publication comprises an illustrated biography of the writer that includes never-before-seen photographs.
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