The latest book in The Ingram Mystery Series, tests the instincts and skills of retired Navy SEAL/part-time private investigator Craige Ingram. Greed and body parts await Ingram when he leaves the comforts of his ancestral South Carolina home to visit a former SEAL buddy, Detective Spinner Krespinak. Set in the underbelly of the Colorado ski playground, the snowy faux-glitz of Aspen. An Olympic ski hopeful is brutally murdered, Spinner vanishes, Craige Ingram is shot…events spin out of control with a Catch-22 no one anticipates.
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Blood and Gold, the third book in The Craige Ingram Mystery Series, once again tests the instincts and skills of retired Navy SEAL/part-time private investigator Craige Ingram.
Lust, greed, body parts and unrestrained wild sex parties are what await Craige Ingram when he leaves the comforts of his South Carolina home to visit his former SEAL buddy, Detective Spinner Krespinak.
Set in the Colorado underbelly of a sordid sable and faux glitz ski mecca, Detective Spinner Krespinak suspects drugs have made their way to the snowy playground that is Aspen. An Olympic ski hopeful is brutally murdered, Spinner vanishes, and Craige Ingram is shot as events spin out of control with a Catch-22 no one anticipates.
"Can you come to the house," Virginia Garnel's voice trailed,
For the Detective in Spinner nothing about this case had made sense from the start. Inner alarms jangled against her being on the up and up. The wife was part of her husband's dirty world, yet something carried through the phone in the way she spoke. Something in her voice told him to trust her... SEAL survival instinct dictated he shouldn't. No man climbed that far without the wife knowing. Taking him out of the picture wouldn't save Garnel's neck. Something happen to him, Craige and their SEAL-buds would descend on Pitkin County, turn Colorado downside-up.
"I don't wish to speak over the phone. My husband and I have known it was tapped for some time...if the wrong people find out...."
"I'm on my way, it'll take about forty-five minutes."