JAIDEE Detective Thriller

A cynical detective working through his own demons must decide if he will fight evil or let it win the day uncontested.

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Josh Lyons is doing what he loves — proving what happens in Vegas doesn’t stay in Vegas.  Josh heads a small detective agency that documents the indiscretions of unfaithful spouses for use in divorce and custody proceedings.

During a routine job, Josh rescues a young Asian girl from a prostitution ring and gives the girl to police.  But when he hears a contract has been put out on the girl and someone in Metro is involved, he steals her from the “safe” house and hides her from the people who want to kill her.

Accused of being a kidnapper and child molester, Josh is pursued by the cops, the mob, and the media.  Friends who will help him are hard to find and difficult to keep alive.  The girl wants to get back to her pimp.  His computer guy is not into violence.  And the ex-missionary who speaks the girl’s language doesn’t approve of Josh’s lifestyle.

Josh doesn’t know who he can trust but when his office is blown up, he realizes he’s going to have to take down some rich and powerful people if there’s any hope for them to survive.






Jill Marie, Little Hyuts

Elisa Rodriquez, Lost Inside the Covers


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