An Evil Shadow - A Val Bosanquet Mystery

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True Detective fans should read this book, the first of the Val Bosanquet mystery series. Val, a former New Orleans detective, is offered a job as Chief of a campus PD. A Haitian child killer he helped convict for the murder of her mother has just been enrolled at the university. Val stumbles across new evidence. Corporate corruption and Voodoo make for a volatile mix in the Deep South.
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Words: 77,220
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452300535
About A. J. Davidson

AJ Davidson is a traditionally published author and playwright, who, in Spring 2010, made the switch to Indie. He is keen to explore the potential of a rapidly changing publishing world, and is enjoying the closer contact with his readers that e-books afford.

AJ has a degree in Social Anthropology. Married for 28 years, he has two children, a Harrier hound and a cat called Dusty.

Not one for staying long in the same place, AJ has lived in many countries across several continents. He has worked as a pea washer, crane-driver, restaurateur and scriptwriter.

A member of the ITW. Represented by the Jonathan Williams Literary Agency.

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Fans of Harlan Coben and James Patterson will enjoy this book. Val Bosanquet, a former New Orleans detective, is offered a job as Chief of a campus PD. A Haitian child killer he helped convict for the murder of her mother has just been enrolled at the university. Val stumbles across new evidence. Corporate corruption and Voodoo make for a volatile mix in the Deep South.

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Review by: MaryCannon Apodaca on Nov. 13, 2013 :
Great story line. Well written. I am however disappointed by the lack of proofreading and the large number of misspelled words.
I find it very distracting to have to stop, backup and try to figure what the intended word was. Three stars because of many spelling errors. Otherwise this would have been a Five star read.
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