Police Cruisers

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 review
In this sequel to Welcome to Gray City, hapless Detective Jake Montana is at it again! This time he's assigned to assist the FBI, trying to solve a string of Armored Car heists in Atlanta. Jake's knack for detective work comes in handy as he ends up trailing the crooks and the money to a cruise ship bound for the Caribbean. He and his wacky associates experience madness and mayhem along the way, More
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About J K Bowen

Retired from the workforce and now writing. My writing style is infused with humor, perhaps derived from the personalities of the warped,comedic, hilarious, twisted folks who have wandered into and out of my life throughout the years. These colorful characters will always be with me and will continue to influence my work.
I reside in Middle Tennessee where I have lived since my early teens. Lately, I have been dreaming of a laid-back life in a place filled with turquoise waters and palm trees. I love old cars and puppy dogs.

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About the Series: Gray City Blues
Follow Police Detective Jake Montana and other members of the GCPD as they do their best to solve crimes and bring the ne'er-do-wells to justice. Unfortunately, things don't always turn out as planned. Please ride with us on these zany adventures. First in the Gray City Blues series: Welcome to Gray City, followed by (summer 2015) Police Cruisers. What's after that? Jake will have to check the police blotter...

Also in Series: Gray City Blues

Reviews of Police Cruisers by J K Bowen

David Jensen reviewed on Feb. 29, 2016

Okay, I finished the story and found only one slip-up. Edsel Kovac would never jump in to save Jimmy from drowning in crystal lake, more likely he would have pushed our two hero's in after him and keep the money for himself! But that aside, it was a good story with almost no grammatical mistakes. Unfortunately, I found this one before finding "Welcome to Gray City"! All in all a very good book!
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David Jensen reviewed on Feb. 28, 2016
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I got to Chapter seven and almost died laughing.
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