This is the third and final book in the exciting trilogy. Rod Richards becomes a P.I.in Chicago and gets in way over his head!
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The primary setting of this book focuses on an independently owned private investigation business in Chicago. Rod meets up with an old Army buddy on a cruise out of Galveston, Texas and also an interesting school teacher. Bradley Simmons operates the agency.
Rod conducts some initial surveillance work on Shamus Fenerty, a trucking giant and big Democratic contributor suspected of cheating on his wife.
Later he is hired by a rich Vietnamese restaurant magnate to find her son who was scheduled to be released from federal prison, having served time for an all too often occurrence. Something very unusual happens with his departure from federal prison. Most of the action takes place in Chicago but then Green Bay and Door County Wisconsin come into exciting play. There are many twists and turns that will keep the reader in suspense, not to mention Rod’s somewhat truncated personal life issues.
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“I’m with you there. We were lucky how things went down that night. When the bitch raced frantically out of the garage I went in there to check on Shamus. He was in a big time stupor and waved the suicide note back and forth in front of my eyes. I doubted he had the guts to do the job so I found a tire iron and clunked him in the back of the noggin.”
PROLOGUE: HIS strong hands gripped the weathered wooden guard railing of the gigantic cruise ship. It was dark outside. He made sure there wasn’t anybody lingering in the rear of the ship. Beads of sweat formed along his receding blond hairline. He was drained of all emotion. Streams of salty spray slapped his face. The Caribbean was acting up, unusual for the normally smooth-sailing cruise season. Bolts of lightning streaked across the sky creating figures resembling racing chariots of old.