Diamond Run

Diamond Run

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A story of underworld diamond heists gone wild, this is a terrifying spin through the ruthlessness of organized crime and the fright of a woman who finds herself the quarry. From New York City to Ontario, Canada, criminals and police are in a deadly race. Caught unaware in their web, Sue Jensen is on her own chilling trail. Her beautiful Victorian house in the Canadian wine country is haunted. Since research is her business, she wants to find out who is the ghost slipping into bed with her at night. Will she discover far more than she ever imagined? Is it possible to put ghosts to rest? Sergeant Phil Mahood, in a desperate undercover battle against the psychotic mobster-killer who will stop at nothing for diamonds, can only drop vague hints to Sue about the looming danger. Skeptical of her ghost stories and falling in love with her, he is torn as never before. As the two investigations are about to collide, can Phil be the support Sue needs in her personal quest for the deep secrets of her home? Can he rescue her from the cold-blooded killer who stops at nothing and no one? With his world shaken to the core by Sue's fear of ghostly presences he does not believe in, and his new love with Sue clouding his professional judgment, will Phil's mobster targets stay steady in the crosshairs? This is crime suspense at its best.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 232 pages
  • 139.7 x 215.9 x 14.73mm | 362.87g
  • Booktrope Editions
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1513700006
  • 9781513700007

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