Two Billion Reasons to Kill???

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Burton James is at it again. Joining forces with his college pal, Captain Patrick Murphy of the Chicago PD, the pair put their heads together to discover who murdered a Chicago area tycoon on the Fourth of July. The motive was obviously money...or was it??? More

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Words: 48,660
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466132870
About James McLaughlin

His lifelong love of reading coupled with an overactive imagination fueled the creation of Jim McLaughlin's novels. Starting with comic books as a kid, Jim is never without a good book at his side. A career move to Chicago was the spark that ignited the story behind "The James Charade". The economic downturn set in motion the central theme in "The Leveler". "Two Billion Reasons to Kill???" features Burton James, the popular character first introduced to the world in "The James Charade".

Born in Iowa and raised in Prairie Village, Kansas, Jim spent the majority of his career in the medical equipment industry, working for large companies before plunging headfirst into the wonderful world of entrepreneurship by starting and selling two successful medical equipment businesses in the Kansas City area.

Now retired, Jim spends his time reading and writing. He loves to travel with his wife, is addicted to water sports, is lousy at golf but still likes to play, and spends his spare time in his bead studio where he practices the age old art of lampwork.

Jim's favorite authors are Catherine Coulter (www.catherinecoulter.com), Lawrence Sanders (may God rest his soul), and Robert B. Parker (now writing in Heaven with Lawrence Sanders).

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Review by: Nate Kemp on March 13, 2012 :
This is the second free book I've read by this author. His work is far superior to some of my "favorite" authors I pay good money to read. The story reads fast (read it in one sitting) and is very entertaining. I recommend this book to anyone who enjoys mysteries with a twist.
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Review by: 22skidoo on March 12, 2012 :
Outstanding short read!
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