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I'd Kill for You

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New novel portrays unlikely alliance of jaded investigators, 16-year-old runaway "I'd Kill For You" by Alan Plessinger takes readers inside a tangled web of murders and lies to depict a vulnerable young woman and her eccentric protectors MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. - "I'd Kill For You" (ISBN 1466333774) by Alan Plessinger is a private eye novel set in modern-day New York City fe ...more
Paperback, 216 pages
Published November 17th 2011 by Createspace
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Kritika Narula
Apr 16, 2015 rated it really liked it
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These are two stories being woven into one as intersecting each other. On one hand we have the De Remer brothers who are running a detective agency and have been hired to find Sam Dooley whose wife was killed, making him number one suspect. The story is twisted beyond words, for Sam's son was also killed in the same way years bavk for which he served sentence earlier. Now, he is mute becausse of throat cancer.
Lisa is a runaway who has flown to find her mother. She tskes
Emily (Heinlen) Davis
Mar 15, 2013 rated it really liked it
Solid book. Solid writing. A few too many characters for my liking, but the characters were well-rounded and fleshed out. Overall, it's not a bad book.
Poonam Naik
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Alan Plessinger is a retired computer programmer living in Northern California. This is his first novel.