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The 14th deadly sin is the latest installment following Lindsay Boxer and friends as they work to solve murders. Trouble is brewing in San Francisco again as Check-Cashing stores are being robbed at gunpoint. The escalating robbers are dressed as San Francisco’s finest: wearing SFPD Windbreakers and masks. Are the members of the group actually police officers or using the The 14th deadly sin is the latest installment following Lindsay Boxer and friends as they work to solve murders. Trouble is brewing in San Francisco again as Check-Cashing stores are being robbed at gunpoint. The escalating robbers are dressed as San Francisco’s finest: wearing SFPD Windbreakers and masks. Are the members of the group actually police officers or using the attire as a ruse to easily gain entrance to cash rich locations? The case gets worse as Lindsay and her partner start to suspect that the same people are responsible for the robbing and cold killing of drug dealers as well. There are plot twists as Lindsay attempts to figure out who she can trust and who is in danger. Lindsay’s workload gets heavier as she stumbles across a possible serial killer that has been knifing women to death on the same day for five years. Will she be able to get rid of the stain of Windbreaker robberies while also catching a murderous psychopath and keeping her life at home together and safe? Download your copy today! for a limited time discount of only $2.99! Available on PC, Mac, smart phone, tablet or Kindle device. © 2015 All Rights Reserved


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The 14th deadly sin is the latest installment following Lindsay Boxer and friends as they work to solve murders. Trouble is brewing in San Francisco again as Check-Cashing stores are being robbed at gunpoint. The escalating robbers are dressed as San Francisco’s finest: wearing SFPD Windbreakers and masks. Are the members of the group actually police officers or using the The 14th deadly sin is the latest installment following Lindsay Boxer and friends as they work to solve murders. Trouble is brewing in San Francisco again as Check-Cashing stores are being robbed at gunpoint. The escalating robbers are dressed as San Francisco’s finest: wearing SFPD Windbreakers and masks. Are the members of the group actually police officers or using the attire as a ruse to easily gain entrance to cash rich locations? The case gets worse as Lindsay and her partner start to suspect that the same people are responsible for the robbing and cold killing of drug dealers as well. There are plot twists as Lindsay attempts to figure out who she can trust and who is in danger. Lindsay’s workload gets heavier as she stumbles across a possible serial killer that has been knifing women to death on the same day for five years. Will she be able to get rid of the stain of Windbreaker robberies while also catching a murderous psychopath and keeping her life at home together and safe? Download your copy today! for a limited time discount of only $2.99! Available on PC, Mac, smart phone, tablet or Kindle device. © 2015 All Rights Reserved

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Quincy

    Very good summary of the book This short book was a very good read that kept me interested and provided adequate character information. I also enjoyed the characters history and analysis at the end of the book.

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    Kurt

    Okay book that kept me interested for 8 hours on our trip. Nothing spectacular but interesting characters and plot.

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