Shooter's Point by Gary Phillips
A Martha Chainey Mystery (Martha Chainey Mysteries)

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Following the murder of boxer Tyler Jeffries during a high-profile match, ex-show girl Martha Chainey is offered $250,000 to recover stolen money for casino owner Victoria DeGault, thrusting her into a frenzy of greed and betrayal.

About Gary Phillips

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Gary Phillips is the author of the Ivan Monk mysteries, Violent Spring and Perdition USA. He has also worked as a security guard, printer, a shade tree mechanic (rebuilding a ?58 Ford Fairlane with his father), a labor union organizer, a radio talk show host, a foundation staffer, and a community activist for over 22 years. He lives in the wilds of Los Angeles with his wife Gilda Haas, and their children Miles and Chelsea.
Published October 1, 2001 by Kensington. 231 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Martha Chainey, the six-foot-tall ex-showgirl now working as a Vegas money courier, can “move and groove” with the best of them, but she likes a breather sometimes too.

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Phillips, author of the Ivan Monk series, keeps the action quick and easy: " 'How come you haven't been to the cops?' 'With what?' 'Oh, yeah.' " With her gun pressed against a torso, Chainey feels secure: "According to the brochure that came with the gun, this .45 weapon could make a swell two-a...

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