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The Business End (Jim Factor novel #2)

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Returning home, Jim Factor and his wife, Diane, are targeted by a rival mafia organization and, for their safety, flee to Bulgaria. Now, he is caught up in a potential mafia conflict, involving the Russian Federation Security Bureau (FSB/the old KGB), the Russian Federation President, the U.S. Air Force intelligence, a former U.S. Russian specialist, and the Varna police. ...more
Paperback, 470 pages
Published September 13th 2019 by W&B Publishers
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Jeanie Loiacono
Nov 15, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Picking up where The Missing F_ctor left off, you don’t miss a beat. Lorti knows how to grab your attention, never letting go, and weaves a story that plays in your mind like a movie. Natural dialogue in the voice of the characters, it seems you are almost a voyeur. I highly recommend this and all of Lorti’s books. The Avignon Legacy and Knights of Honor are also fantastic. Five stars!
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Daniel C. Lorti is the author of: The Avignon Legacy, a historical fiction account of a missing medieval treasure, Knights of Honor and Knights in Action, sequels to The Avignon Legacy, and The Missing Factor (Winner of the Beverly Hills Book Award) and its sequel The Business End both which embody his professional background in outstanding suspense thrillers, and The Mulligan, a fantasy. His boo

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