The Ace Of Clubs: Part 3 of the Red Dog Conspiracy

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After financial ruin and zeppelin disaster in the city of Bridges, private eye and mobster's moll Jacqueline Spadros investigates the death of her family friend while planning to escape the city with her lover. But she's called to stand as a witness in the disaster inquest. Will the secrets she's kept - from her husband, her family, her friends, and her city - ruin everything she hoped to achieve? More

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About Patricia Loofbourrow

Patricia Loofbourrow, MD is an SFF and non-fiction writer, PC gamer, ornamental food gardener, fiber artist, and wildcrafter who loves power tools, dancing, genetics and anything to do with outer space. She was born in southern California and has lived in Chicago and Tokyo. She currently lives in Oklahoma with her husband and three grown children.

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About the Series: Red Dog Conspiracy
1899 years after the Catastrophe, Bridges is run by the Mob.

The Red Dog Conspiracy follows the story of 22 year old small-time private eye Jacqueline Spadros beginning from her first major case: the missing little brother of her best friend, whose murder ten years before still haunts her nightmares. The only clue? A Red Dog stamp across the alley from where the boy was last seen.

Dodging the man - seemingly mad - who has publicly threatened her life, placating her brutal, sadistic father-in-law, dealing with her feelings about her ex-lover Joseph Kerr, while being married to one of the city's biggest drug lords: Jacqui is a busy woman. Her life is about to get much busier. From the very first page, Jacqui is dragged into a web of lies, secrets, and betrayals which both endangers her life and the lives of those she loves.

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