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The Assassin's Case

by Craig Alexander  US United States

March 9, 2020   |    278 reads    |   0 comments

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The Assassin's Case - Book coverWhat is a man to do when his life is ruined by a notorious criminal? Pursue justice? Exact revenge? What if said criminal seems to exist above the law, completely untouchable? For Grant Sawyer, this bleak scenario is reality. Sixteen years have passed since a coordinated set of bombs took his family. Grant is a walking ghost of the man he was back then. His career in an elite division of the FBI is done, his friends have dwindled, and his prospects are bleak. Grant unintentionally witnesses a clandestine transaction that sets him on a collision course with his arch rival, Jimmy  'Boom' Tedesco. Grant uncovers a plot that runs deeper than his hatred for the man who killed his family.

Author's Note: 

Filled with complex plot and compelling characters, The Assassin's Case is an addictive read! Craig Alexander exhibits phenomenal attention to detail in his use of complicated weaponry and combat techniques.The narrative runs like water racing over a waterfall. The plot is clever and unexpected yet realistic, keeping readers grounded in reality with pop culture references and subtle imagery.
The Assassin's Case is bursting with action and suspense, but is tempered perfectly with unlikely heroes and the theme of redemption, making it one of the best reads of the year!
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About The Author

Craig Alexander is a member of the International Thriller writers and served two consecutive years as a judge in their best hardcover novel competition. His first novel, The Nineveh Project, was honored with a best of Mississippi award.
He holds black belts in Tae Kwon Do, Hapkido, and Han Mu Do, and has studied many other styles.
He loves to play tennis, watch good movies, and of course read.
He lives in Mississippi with his family.

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