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Publisher's Summary

PI Deets Shanahan takes on the search of his lifetime.

When seventy-one-year-old private investigator Deets Shanahan learns from a snippet of news on the Internet that his brother – who disappeared when they were kids – could be somewhere in Thailand, he immediately sets out, accompanied by his lover, Maureen, to find his errant sibling.

But it turns out that this is much more than finding a missing person who wants to stay missing, and treasure, deceit and murder soon interrupt their search on the streets of Bangkok and on the beaches of Phuket...

©2010 Ronald Tierney (P)2014 Audible Ltd

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The story started out great but then grew to be rather complicated and confusing. I just couldn’t get into it.

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Interesting story

Enjoyed the book. Occasionally the narrator seemed to mix up voices, which left me wondering who was speaking, but not for too long.