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Yakuza Territory

(Charlie Madison #2)

4.67  ·  Rating details ·  6 ratings  ·  3 reviews
A detective with no way out. A telepath with something to prove...

World-weary detective Charlie Madison has seen more than his share of war. When he stops by the 37th precinct late one night to check on his old friend Sergeant Douglass, the place is as quiet as a morgue. The last thing he expects to find: half a dozen Russian gunmen with a score to settle.

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Published November 2014 by Musa Publishing
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Erin Cole
Nov 02, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Get ready for another exciting sequel in the next Charlie Madison adventure. In Yakuza Territory, Charlie Madison is a dead man, according to Mr. Eloquent, a member of Ivan the Terrible’s Russian gang. In order to survive, Charlie’s gonna need to be quick on his feet and even faster in wit, especially when the new enemy can plant memories and images at will.

The one person he can trust, Sargent Archibald Douglass. The one person he hopes he can trust, Katsuo Sanitoro, a member of the Emerald Tig
Bonnie Dale Keck
Not Kindle Unlimited, one of my freebies they give out and hope you find time to review it.

From the Case Files of Charlie Madison, P.I.  THE SUPRAHUMAN S E C R E T Collects: Girl of Great Price, Immaterial Evidence, Yakuza Territory, Chimera Effect. Now accepting…Unusual clients. {What got this one in, although owned some of them already.}

Yakuza Territory has the detective with no way out, a telepath with something to prove, and a past comes in to play. Who is the strange man that the Russians g
Martin Willoughby
Nov 20, 2014 rated it it was amazing
I do like Charlie Madison, gumshoe. This another piece of quality fictioneering by MJ Fowler.
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Milo James Fowler is a teacher by day and a speculative fictioneer by night. When he's not grading papers, he's imagining what the world might be like in a dozen alternate realities. So far, his short fiction has appeared in more than 150 publications, including AE SciFi, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Cosmos, Daily Science Fiction, Nature, and Shimmer. Find his novels, novellas, and short story collect ...more

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