Point and Shoot by G.D. Baum
(Revised Second Edition - December 2014) (The Lock Tourmaline Mystery Series)

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"G.D Baum offers readers a winner in Point and Shoot."

From the first page I was hooked. I didn't lay "Point and Shoot" down until the last page. When Lock describes making love to a woman with terminal cancer I found myself in tears... The martial arts scenes were enthralling. Lock is deadly without a gun. Well-done G.D. Baum! I highly recommend "Point and Shoot" to mystery and fiction enthusiasts. 
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Published January 16, 2015 222 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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If there is a tagline for Lock Tourmaline, the hero of Point and Shoot, it would be “That ...Lock is an ex-cop turned private investigator, who is also a karate expert - which is good because almost no one seems to like him.

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Baum's debut novel, Point and Shoot, introduces ex-cop, private investigator, and martial arts expert Lothar "Lock" Tourmaline in an action-packed, though somewhat aimless, mystery of a high-level Korean mob meeting gone wrong.In an attempt to solidify their power and political influence in north...

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