Crazy Heat by Francene LaDue

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After twenty years of covert rescues, retired Air Force Special Ops vet, Bobby Egan is like so many other returning soldiers from war struggling to find his place in civilian life. Egan has spent the last two years working a dead-end job at the 24 Hour MiniMart in Tucson, but all that's about to change thanks to Zoë Marchand, a smoldering damsel in distress and Albert Bennett, former drug runner turned 'legit' property developer. Both are offering him some unique opportunities, but before Bobby can do anything, he's got to do an odd job for his friend Dotty Shannon, a retired porn star with a past that just won't fade away. It isn't long before Bobby realizes he's entangled in a dangerous triangle of friendship, romance and business. The situation becomes more complicated and the choices more desperate when outsiders and old familiar faces start popping up, asking questions and making threats. Everybody's got an agenda they aren't sharing with Bobby, and the only way out is to trust his instincts and experience, even if it means breaking the law and using deadly force to stay alive.

About Francene LaDue

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Francene LaDue spent thirteen years working in motion picture marketing for the Walt Disney Studios. Her short fiction has appeared in Click Magazine & Apocalypse. Crazy Heat is her first novel.
Published December 14, 2010 by Smashwords. 349 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime. Fiction

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Though LaDue has done an outstanding job of telling a gripping tale of killing and revenge, at times this book has trended into rapid-fire deliveries that propel this multifaceted story at a breakneck speed through the use of exhausting character exchanges, leaving the reader not only eager to kn...

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