Kill em Again by Andrew Evich
(Sam Dexter)

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This book contains graphic, intense violence and sexual perversion as part of a criminal behavior of an individual. It is not intended for reading by minors, and not for the squeamish.
Sam Dexter works the fine line between the legal and illegal in his private detective business together with his wife Dori, his assistant. Sam did research for millionaire contractor Steve Crocker during his trial for cocaine possession and trafficking in child pornography, and Sam wondered at the man's innocence throughout his trial and conviciton. Crocker didn't seem the type to use drugs, and as a family man, Sam couldn't imagine he had an interest in children for sex. But time passed and Sam had forgotten about Crocker until the article in the Seattle Times told of a daring daylight escape by helicopter from the federal prison where Crocker was held, and a crash into the ocean killing Crocker and everyone on board.
Then Sam received a call from Crocker who explained how his brother-in-law Mark West had manipulated the evidence so he could gain custody of Crocker's son Jamie and his lucrative trust fund. West traffics in kid porn and runs a prostitution ring of boys for important figures in the Seattle business and legal community. West also harbors a deeper, darker side that nobody suspects, until Dexter and Crocker edge closer to the truth.
Stay with the turns and twists of this story and arrive at the horrifying truth, and return for the sequel to this story and more of Sam Dexter in 'Final Peril'.

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Published April 28, 2013 230 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Crime. Fiction

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