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Jessie Dawn Cutler is a relationship banker, a single woman in Manhattan, climbing the rungs of the high-finance ladder on her way to the top.

Morgan Byrd is an aging mercenary soldier, suffering a crisis of conscience as profound as his bank account is low.

When Jessie's biggest client is revealed as a criminal and a killer - protected from within and outside the bank - she becomes a target. But Jessie is courageous, resourceful, and when she teams up with Morgan, it's just possible that both of their lives can be saved...

©2012 Jeffrey J. Mariotte (P)2012 Jeffrey J. Mariotte

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Boring story and narrator

What was most disappointing about Jeffrey J Mariotte’s story?

This was a predictable and often repeated story line. The main character tells one reporter who is killed and she doesn't think to go back and tell the New York times the story again with the caution the first reporter was killed. Also this author seems to have forgotten there is a internet. The character could have recorded or written the story and uploaded it to fifty newspapers, TV stations, CNN, Fox News, you tube, etc. Using the plot device that the character can't get the story out is ludicrous in the modern world.

Would you be willing to try another one of Tamara A McDaniel’s performances?

no

What character would you cut from The Devil's Bait?

all of them

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