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Saints Protection & Investigation

A private investigation business, pulling together men from the CIA, FBI, ATF, DEA, Border Patrol, SEALs, and police, devoted to the missions that no one else wanted or could solve. 

Luke Costas, the Saints' resident computer guru, preferred quiet nights and burying himself in digital investigating. But he wasn't alone. A mystery cyber-contact assisted when possible, becoming more and more integrated into Luke's thoughts...and dreams.

One night he discovered a woman standing in his living room. And his dream became a reality.

Charlie had been on the run for months after witnessing an assassination. Tired of going it alone she turned to the one person she knew could help her unravel the horrific conspiracy of a medical organization harvesting organs for sale.

Together, they find their strength as a team...and a couple. Working with the Saints, they rush to discover the murderer before Charlie becomes the next victim.

©2017 MaryAnn Litton (P)2018 MaryAnn Litton

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  • 09-10-18

winner of worst narration ever

dreadful narration. dumbstruck how bad it was.. had to stop listening after chapter ten it was just so bad