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Purity: What If Everything You Thought You Knew Was Wrong?

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Jeff Davis didn't sign up to be a hero. He is an unassuming middle-aged insurance adjuster who just wants to pay his bills and be left alone. That simple pursuit ends when he is called upon to investigate an automobile accident that claimed the life of a young girl who is apparently the fifth victim in a series of Arkansas kidnappings. Finding himself drawn into the crimin ...more
Paperback, 188 pages
Published August 31st 2010 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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Oct 29, 2010 Laurie rated it it was amazing
Jeff Davis is definitely not a candidate for Employee of the Month. He is an Insurance Adjuster with a bad attitude. Bored with his job he routinely does the barest minimum to get by. He also lies through his teeth with creative excuses to his wife, boss and clients. Still, he is positively brilliant when it comes to extraditing himself from sticky situations. He is also unusually witty and generally sarcastic.

Gaylon Crittes is the stepson of the influential right-wing conservative Arkansas Stat
Oct 06, 2010 Deb rated it it was amazing
It's as if someone had instructed Rick Baber to "write what he knows" and make it interesting, intriguing, funny and spellbinding. He did just that.
Purity takes the reader to northwestern Arkansas where an insurance adjuster, Jeff Davis, is assigned to investigate an accident. Sound dull? Not a chance.
Four young girls have disappeared, each looking like the last, each simply missing until, at the scene of the accident, he finds a fifth girl: Dead.
Who was she? Why was she there? Who was she with?
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