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“Mozart’s powerful Requiem eerily resonated through the cold building, giving it a true cathedral feel. Through it’s wide opened mouth, the red-hot burgeoning belly of the furnace could be seen. Hogtied and partially blindfolded, there was no escape for the career felon. If only he had chosen another path in life. But now it was all too late.”
A witness to his parent’s gruesome murder, Detective Sergeant Randall became a hardened, vengeful man with no fear of consequence. A gifted Detective who craved revenge, he was the perfect recruit. Under direction of the Abacus, he led a complex double life, systematically culling the very bad in society, while at the same time in charge of a busy Detective Division.
With a rising body count at the hands of a depraved psychopath, it appeared that Randall’s worlds had collided… or had they?
You will admire Randall, support Randall and question Randall in his quest to right the world’s wrongs and find true inner peace.
Written by former Detective Josh Burton who draws on his years of experience, Abacus’s is as convincing as it is thoroughly entertaining.
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Stackpole puts a book or two up for free periodically, lately every couple of days. I have read several of their free books. Some interesting stuff. Most of what I have seen is WWII German military history, with varying quality of translation, some other military history from lesser known units, along with some fishing and other outdoors oriented books. Occasionally I have seen some craft type books.
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