J. Frank James

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Lou Malloy: The Run Begins

This is the title of my first book. It tracks my protagonist when he is a young man living in Kansas. Like all young men, Lou grows restless and wants to get away from his father who is a deputy sheriff. This books leads the reader to how Malloy began his career as a hardened personality at a young age. Nothing seems impossible for Malloy and when he decides to run away from home, he hooks up with Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 13, 2014 14:06 Tags: action, adventure, crime, mystery, thriller, true-detective
Average rating: 3.95 · 110 ratings · 46 reviews · 13 distinct worksSimilar authors
Dead Money Run (Lou Malloy ...

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Lou Malloy: The Run Begins:...

4.11 avg rating — 19 ratings — published 2013 — 2 editions
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Only Two Cats: A Lou Malloy...

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Blue Cat In Paradise: A Lou...

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Two Birds To Kill: A Lou Ma...

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Rainbow Games (A Lou Malloy...

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Finders, Keepers: A Lou Mal...

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Fear No Evil (Indigo Marsh ...

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The Last Pelican (A Lou Mal...

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Last Flamingo

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“Time - most valuable thing we have and no one seems to mourn its passing until it's too late.”
J. Frank James, Dead Money Run

“Like shoes, relationships for some people were nothing more than fleeting moments of emotions and you kept them around because they were comfortable.”
J. Frank James, Dead Money Run

“Crime was good for business, but human suffering paid the bills.”
J. Frank James, Dead Money Run




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