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Follow the Money: An Sjpd Novel

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It appears to be just another case in a pile of hundreds for seasoned San Jose police detectives Rex Johnson and Kat Sanchez. But when the two detectives open a seemingly standard investigation into credit card fraud, they are soon pulled into the murky underworld of Asian organized crime.

Rex and Kit center their investigation on San Jose's card clubs and soon uncover evid
Hardcover, 320 pages
Published March 22nd 2011 by (first published March 18th 2011)
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Loretta Micheals
Apr 12, 2013 rated it it was ok
I would describe this novel as being one step above a vanity press book. There are many typos, grammatical errors, and punctuation issues. Some minor inaccuracies about the location (ie. the main post office is on Meridian not First Street and has been for MANY years). Repeated conversations and repeated use of descriptions were tiresome (ie. 'the Reader's Digest version of events' was mentioned something like five times) and derailed the story often.

But mostly the problem is the author's agenda
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