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Publisher's Summary

1921: A war lies behind him...a new battle lies ahead.
Philip Shaw is a Great War veteran and widower struggling to put his life back together. He grasps at a chance to make a difference by investigating the death of a newspaper editor - did the man die in an accidental fire? Or was it murder?
Shaw joins forces with fiery crime reporter Ray Taylor to dig into police corruption, a rivalry between a powerful shipbuilder and a sly politician, and the seedy world of Seattle's wide-open red-light district. Will they find the answers in the speakeasies, among the rum-runners on the waterfront, or at the mansions of the rich? Before they can solve the mystery, level-headed Phil Shaw and hot-tempered Ray Taylor will have to learn to work together - without killing each other first!
©2011 Alexandra MacKenzie / Rhemalda Publishing (P)2012 Alexandra MacKenzie / Rhemalda Publishing
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By Keith Watts on 01-25-13

UHHHGGG!!

Would you be willing to try another one of John Hourigan’s performances?

NOOOOOOO!!!!!!

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I haven't the slightest idea if this book is any good or not. I just know the narration was the worst I've ever heard.

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