Military Privilege (Justice For All #2)

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Tope Daniels, Jack Baker’s nephew is coming to Blakely to hide away from the D.C. mob after his cover was blown. Tope and Jack were not only uncle and nephew, they were born only three years apart and they looked enough alike to be twins. That resemblance caused quite a stir at the Blakely Police Department.
Almost immediately upon Tope’s arrival in Blakely he is propelled into the murder of a Marine. Together with Sawyer Kingsley, the assigned detective on the case, the men jump into a murder that is more like a maze. Each discovery leads them in directions that keep them working to stay ahead of the killer.
Enter the world of government operatives, military special forces and the secrets kept that protect their lives. Stories told in dark corners, backstairs meetings where information is passed from one operative to the next, families who are destroyed by codes and decryptions, loves lost and gained. It’s a hard world to live in, harder still to die in, but each operative, along all military personnel, know the service to their country is paramount.

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