Slingshot by James Casey

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When Mac McKenzie, a veteran P.I. from the west coast is summoned to join forces with his longtime friend and FBI agent, Mark Wilson to help solve the illegal exportation of guns, military ordinance, trade documents and systems to the middle east, in exchange for large sums of gold, silver and other precious metals. The hunt is on for answers to the complex situation he finds himself involved in. A prominent law firm in Boston appears to be at the lead in the illicit operations. There seems to be some "inside" advice and help from possible government officials in Boston and New York. The mysterious ring-leader and mastermind behind it all, is unknowingly right under Mac and Mark's eye. After near death misses on his life, Mac begins to close the noose of justice on Europa Trading Company and it's corrupt underworld operators.
Mac McKenzie has found that life can be much like a slingshot – you can pull back on the bands, allowing the amount of forward thrust for your projectile, but then too, there is sudden recoil that comes back to you upon release. There is always give and take in life. Ying and yang.”

This is a novel of suspense, mystery and intrigue that is filled with thrilling action and will hold your attention to the last page.
 

About James Casey

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James Casey is Lecturer in European Social History at the University of East Anglia. He is author of "The Kingdom of Valencia in the Seventeenth Century "(1979) and "A Social history of Early Modern Spain.
 
Published June 12, 2013 by James Casey Books. 157 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense.