Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Murder Mystery Features CSI Agent and Child Molesters

The Goodbye Man
By Chad Barton
Genre: Mystery/Thriller

Don't you love it when you find a great murder mystery? Chad Barton has delivered one with The Goodbye Man, a first rate novel loaded with great twists and turns and a tear jerker surprise ending.

It’s about a former CSI agent, Jack Steele, who has become independently wealthy and has at his disposal all the necessary tools to eradicate child molesters continuing to offend using an assumed identity – law enforcement credentials, a private jet, a .380 Walther and his trusted companion, Sadie. One by one, he and Sadie hunt them down – even though he knows his days are numbered. Of course, his mission is complicated when he meets a beautiful woman he can love- something missing in his life since the death of his wife.

Here’s what one reader said, "This book mixes elements of romance, murder, suspense, vigilantism and sadness. As a person, you become proud and encouraging of Jack ... even knowing that what he's doing is against the law and a sin. Who wouldn't want to hunt down and kill child rapists and murderers?"

It's gotten loads of great reviews and I'm glad I found it. And, to my delight and surprise, I got to download all sorts of great bonuses, like book chapters, e-courses, e-books and more! Such a deal! I’m so glad I found this in time for my summer vacation – what a treat! Thanks, Chad!

~Submitted by Denise Cassino, publicist and book marketing specialist

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