Angel in the Full Moon by Don Easton
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In this gritty, gut-wrenching sequel to Loose Ends and Above Ground, Jack Taggart continues as an undercover Mountie whose quest for justice takes him from the sunny, tourist-laden beaches of Cuba to the ghettos of Hanoi. His targets deal in human flesh, smuggling unwitting victims for the sex trade. It is a story fraught with raw human emotion, and characters so real that they could not be figments of someone's imagination.
Jack's personal vendetta for justice is questioned by his partner, until he reveals the secret behind his motivation, exposing the very essence of his soul.
This is the world of the undercover operative: a world of lies, treachery, and deception. A world where violence erupts without warning, like a ticking time bomb on a crowded bus. It isn't a matter of if that bomb will go off -- it is a matter of how close you are to it when it does.
About the Author
Don Easton spent his career in the RCMP as an undercover operative. He was specially trained for the task -- but this novel reveals his training started long before Easton is the author of the Jack Taggart mysteries Loose Ends (2005) and Above Ground (2007). He lives in Victoria, British Columbia.
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- Mass Market Paperback: 360 pages
- Publisher: Castle Street Mysteries (May 26, 2008)
- Language: English
- ISBN-13: 978-1550028133
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