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Don't Look Twice by Andrew Gross
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May 02, 10

it was amazing
Read in March, 2010

Detective Ty Hauck and his daughter Jessie stop by an Exxon station to pick up a few supplies before heading out for a day on Ty’s boat. A truck pulls up and riddles the station with bullets. Ty is able to keep Jessie safe but the man standing next to them is dead. The man killed is a federal prosecutor named David Sanger.

The shooter abandoned the truck not far from the station. When the police discovered the truck, a newspaper clipping is found inside that led the police to think the shooting was an act of revenge. Further investigation leads Hauck to believe that there is much more behind this shooting but before he gets very far in the investigation he is warned to back off. Even his own police chief advises him that it is not a good choice to continue the investigation.

Annie Fletcher, a café owner, spots a suspicious car dumping something in the dumpster outside her restaurant. When Annie informs Hauck and he investigates, he is even more convinced that the shooting at the Exxon station was for some purpose other than revenge.

Although the investigation is leading Hauck to places and people that can cause him great harm, he continues to seek answers until the truth is revealed. Hauck discovers the reasons behind the shooting that killed David Sanger as well as some other mysterious deaths.


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