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PI Jim Bean should walk out that door and let the Vegas bouncer do his worst. That's what an ordinary man would do. But nobody ever accused Jim Bean of being ordinary.
Private Investigator Jim Bean has worked hard to create his new identity in Vegas. He doesn't have a great life, but it's his. When his ex-fiancée, Erica Floyd, walks into one of his investigations looking for her missing sister, the tragic past he wanted to leave behind comes flooding back.
Despite serious reservations, Jim agrees to search for Erica's sister. Clues lead him to a human-trafficking ring and one of Vegas' most influential mobsters. Unless Jim can face the ghosts of his past, the anger of his present, and a new enemy out for his blood, four women will suffer a fate worse than death.
“That wonderful and rare combination of high-speed suspense and complex, richly drawn characters will keep you on the edge of your seat.” (Jeffery Deaver, New York Times best-selling author)
"With one foot in the classic PI tradition and the other in the new age, Skin Game is no roll of the dice. J.D. Allen delivers a smart, fast-paced book that will keep the reader on edge from start to finish." (Reed Farrel Coleman, New York Times best-selling author of What You Break)
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- C M Silver
Emotional Slay Ride
Jim is on another intense rollercoaster case encompassing more danger and dodgy situations. Several characters from Book 1 have walk on parts (not Ava).
Good thriller, but at hour 6, sadly the female MC Erica, supposedly a smart banker, becomes a contemptible, tiresome, gormless primadonna, so unlike the other MC females in Book 1. It made the last hour of the book hard to finish, such was her dominance overriding the other MCs. And yes she survives the outcome and is still in the life of Jim at the end which will seriously affect whether I go to Book 3.
GOOD UNTIL IT WASN'T