Police and Thieves by James Patrick Hunt
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Dan Bridger is a professional thief. A cold, efficient man who works alone and tries to live an uncomplicated life. But things get complicated when he gets a call from a woman in Seattle, who tells him his brother has been murdered. His younger brother, Seth--the good brother, who always kept his nose clean.

Bridger flies to Seattle to learn about the brother he hadn't seen for several years. He finds out that Seth was a probation and parole officer, shot to death in a parking lot. The local police dismiss it as another gang killing. But things don't add up. Why was Seth's wallet taken, but not his gun? Where is the notebook he always kept?

Bridger doesn't get much respect from the Seattle police. To them, he s just a criminal. It doesn't take him long to realizes, if he wants answers, he's going to have to get them himself. And doing so he ll see just how blurred the line is between police and thieves.


About James Patrick Hunt

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JAMES PATRICK HUNT, a lawyer, was born in Surrey, England. A graduate of St. Louis University and Marquette University Law School, he is the author of three previous novels and now lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Published September 21, 2011 by Five Star. 240 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Cool-headed, cold-hearted Baltimore mechanic Dan Bridger, who just wants to be left alone to ply his trade as a professional thief, goes on the offensive to avenge the murder of his brother a continent away.

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