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Loose Ends

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In Loose Ends, the second novel in the Fenway Burke Detective Series, we find our hero living aboard his floating home in Marblehead, Massachusetts, with his wife Megan; baby daughter, Lizzy; Rowlf & Blanche, his two enormous English Mastiffs; and Spot, an all black Portuguese Water Dog, who was Megan's only child before they hooked up. The Wiffersnapper is a fifty-six ...more
Paperback, 366 pages
Published June 11th 2013 by Createspace
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Edward Goldstein
Feb 26, 2014 Edward Goldstein rated it it was amazing
I couldn't get to the end fast enough.
after setting the plot context and "characters", the story went quickly thru interesting segments, and he describes very interesting scenarios involving the characters and relationships.
I like the way he writes and will read his nexct product eagerly
E.M. Gooldstein, salem, MA
Helen Wilbur
Aug 03, 2016 Helen Wilbur rated it it was amazing
Fenway Burke continues his exploits by investigating a disappearance which leads him to a drug lord's fortress in the jungle. Never at a loss for quick thinking or quick wit, Fenway and his buddy Axe rescue the beautiful hostage and return her to her loving (and nerdy) husband. A great follow on to Fenway's debut in Frame Up! Great characterization and plenty of action. Read it.
Chris Castro
Jan 28, 2014 Chris Castro rated it it was amazing
Fenway Burke returns in James Phoenix's second novel. Even better than "Frame Up", Phoenix dazzles with international espionage mixed with dyed in the wool Boston grit. Good read!
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Kirsten Castro
Jan 28, 2014 Kirsten Castro rated it it was amazing
The second Fenway Burke novel doesn't disappoint, great quick, fun read.
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James Phoenix spent his literary apprenticeship as a student, a dishwasher, a waiter, a factory hand, a construction worker, a weightlifter, a bouncer, a lobste-rman, a salesman and a successful hi-tech entrepreneur. Originally from Boston’s North Shore, he and his wife Susan now split their time between South-Coastal Maine and the US Virgin islands. This is his first novel.
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