Abbey Rayne by John Locke
(Dani Ripper Book 5)

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Synopsis

Private Investigator Dani Ripper works her way through a bevy of nuthouse clients while trying to maintain her delicate personal relationship with Sophie Alexander. Dani desperately wants a life-changing case. But what she gets is a killer case.

Abbey Rayne is a hilarious novel with an edgy, dark side that will piss you off even as you’re laughing.

PRELIMINARY COMMENTS FOR ABBEY RAYNE:


“I defy anyone to read this book and think it was written by a man.”

“With the possible exception of Emmett Love, Dani Ripper is Locke’s most complete character. I know her and love her and will undoubtedly catch myself searching the crowds for her next time I’m in Nashville.”

“Abbey Rayne is a crazy, silly, funny, delightful romp! I laughed out loud many times—even though the subject matter is serious.”

“With Abbey Rayne, Locke has fired a warning shot at colleges, fraternities and The System. Despite the almost nonstop humor, this novel offers a powerful message.”

“Dani cracks me up! Her relationships with Sophie and Dillon are spot-on and hilarious. While the entire novel is great, Dani’s new game, Countdown, is worth the price of the book all by itself. I guarantee people will be playing it in restaurants all across the country!”
 

About John Locke

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George Berkeley was born in 1685 in Ireland, and became one of the major theologians and philosophers of the 18th century. Other than Three Dialogues, his major works include The Principles of Human Knowledge. David Hume (1711-1776), along with Adam Smith and Thomas Reid, was one of the most important figures of the Scottish Enlightenment. His writings, which encompass philosophy, economics, and history, include "A Treatise of Human Nature; Essays, Moral and Political; and An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding.
 
Published November 23, 2015 by Telemachus Press, LLC. 261 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction