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A missing teenager. A suspicious car accident. A mouthy client. Can Charity survive her first case?

Charity witnesses a car crash. The police don't talk to PIs, but maybe they'll explain why the driver has a bullet hole in his head.

Her very first client is a young streetwalker named Val. She's prickly and won't back off. She's used to fending for herself, but her sister Emma has fallen into something big. Anyone who shows too much interest in this particular business is liable to catch a sudden case of death. She needs the help of a pro, and soon, or Emma may not survive to be rescued.

As Charity traces each lead with Val in tow, they get closer and closer to the most dangerous criminals in the city - the Chinese gangs that kill anyone who gets too curious about their business- drugs and people trafficking.

If you enjoy fast paced and terrifying action, you'll love this page turner.

Buy Hubris today and join the hunt for justice.

©2010 P.A. Wilson (P)2017 P.A. Wilson

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  • Jan
  • MKE
  • 07-11-18

Very good read!

Vancouver, Canada, journalist, private-investigators, murder, suspense, white-slavery

Charity lives on a houseboat in Vancouver, is a freelance journalist and private investigator, gets into trouble a lot, and has a few very good quirky friends. Val is a teenaged orphan needing to find her missing sister, and both of them are in the trade. Then there is the murdered guy, the Chinese dealers who work the trade, and a whole lot more. A very good read!
I got the Whispersync on the cheap courtesy of Book Gorilla.
Susan Marlowe is really great as she narrates this one.