Mortal Remains by Jason Andrew Bond

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Erica Morgan has yet to fully realize what she’s capable of, but when her abusive husband holds a knife to her throat and threatens to kill her, she knows right away she’s not above hiring a hitman. Seeking one out, she discovers that—in fear of his employer—the underworld won’t touch him. She’ll have to bloody her own knuckles to survive, but her loss of innocence will cost her dearly. Out of death will arise a covetous evil. If she can harness its wrath, she might achieve something more valuable than freedom. If she fails, the price will be her soul.

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Bestselling author Jason Andrew Bond grew up in Oregon and currently lives in Washington State with his wife and son. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from the University of Oregon and an MBA from the University of Colorado. When his first novel Hammerhead unexpectedly reached bestseller status, he dedicated twenty-five percent of his profits to disabled U.S. veterans. Jason's second novel, Mortal Remains (publishing late summer 2012), will be followed by Hammerhead Resurrection. Jason takes a hands-on approach to writing. When SCUBA research couldn't wait for summer, he found himself certifying in Puget Sound's frigid January waters. Outside of writing and his family, martial arts are an important part of his life. At eighteen years of age he entered an Aikido dojo for the first time, and has since trained in Jeet Kune Do, Tae Kwon Do, Shudokan Karate, Goshin Jutsu, and Brazillian Jiu-Jitsu.
Published September 17, 2012 by Kimura Publishing LLC. 304 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror. Fiction

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She also steals 210 kilos of gold bars from her husband’s safe, which sets the cartel after her “like dogs after a butcher’s truck.” She and her old friend Rafi, a Scots-Iraqi dealer in stolen art, escape in Rafi’s boat;

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