Stolen Dough

Stolen Dough

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The team at Icarus Investigations must use all their skill to stop a secret criminal syndicate before they cause a global financial meltdown. Coming off of another successful case, private detectives Galveston and Murphy find themselves running from hired assassins and bureaucrats in the U.S. government. They have only one choice to free themselves, discover the next move of the sophisticated organized crime syndicate, the Red Hand, and stop them by any means necessary. The Icarus team travel the world as they begin to solve the puzzle of the Red Hand's final and desperate play for world domination by using their unusual, trademark tactics. With the help of some old and new friends, the team begins to reveal the layers of the syndicate's nefarious plan. Will they stop the them in time before a worldwide economical crash occurs, or will the Red Hand succeed in shaping the globe in their own image?show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 232 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 13.46mm | 412.77g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514756749
  • 9781514756744

About Daniel Ganninger

Daniel Ganninger lives with his wife and two children in Central Texas. He has a fascination for useless trivia, little known facts, and flying airplanes. He graduated from the University of Texas and the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. When Daniel is not writing, he's either pulling weeds in his backyard or working at his other profession in the medical field. Daniel is the author of the fun and humorous series, Case Files from Icarus Investigation, which follows the escapades of two new, unique private investigators and their team as they travel the globe to solve any case put before them. You can connect with Daniel at his website http: // to join the newsletter, or on Facebook at http: // Feel free to pop over to his blog of rather useless and fascinating facts at to learn stuff to fill your brainshow more

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