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The perfect mystery for cat and dog lovers everywhere.
If you liked The Secret Life of Pets, you’ll love Private Eyes!
It’s Saturday morning in the Windy City, and Moose is running out of time. In less than 48 hours, his best friend has a date with the needle, the kind of date you don’t walk away from with a kiss. Moose has to find out who framed his pit bull buddy for the savage slaying of a French poodle — and then convince the humans that he’s nailed the right guy.
But with no leads and little evidence to go on, there’s only one person in Chicago that has a prayer of hunting down the real killer in time: Antonio Gattogrosso, legendary proprietor of Felinvestigators, the Feline Detective Agency.
AKA Fat Tony.
The rave reviews are pouring in:
“It’s a great summer read. Just like me, you’ll want to keep an eye out for it!” – Fisheye Martinez
“I predict it will be a smashing success, dahlinks!” – Madame LuLu, astrologer to the stars
“Buy dis book if you knows what’s good for youse.” – Fat Tony Gattogrosso
Starting a career as a small town criminal attorney would be tough enough, but as a widowed mother with no income and very little in the bank, Samantha Tulley is in over her head. From court appointed clients who never show up for court to pro bono clients with seemingly unwinnable cases, every day is a new struggle to figure out the criminal justice system. And then suddenly the system turns against her, and Sam and her daughter are left running for their lives.
Torn from the author’s own real-life case files, Resumed Innocent offers a revealing and gripping inside look at how our fractured justice system serves to punish the innocent and reward the wicked. And for the poor there simply is no justice at all.
Back in their glory days at Google, moving to Austin and launching a video game company seemed like such a great idea for Marc and Dave. With Marc’s marketing expertise and Dave’s experience in coding and simulations, the Dronewars video game just couldn’t miss.
But now the stark divide between concept and reality is finally hitting home, and their rapidly shrinking bank balance has them counting the days until they have to shut down their dreams for good. Even worse, the key piece of software they need to make their game work is now controlled by a defense contractor, a company that’s willing to hand over the code — but at a price. A price that suddenly thrusts them unwittingly right into the heart of the most dangerous game of all — the game of war.