TAKEDOWN: STARRED REVIEW


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Takedown: Jeff Buck with Jon Land and Lindsay Preston

Living a life under another name and going undercover for 20 years Jeff Buck lived in a world filled with drugs, drug lords, bringing down their kingpins and hopefully finally setting down in a quiet job of police chief of Reminderville, Ohio. But, sometimes things and events are not always so cut and dry and his quiet job would send him back to being Joseph Morgan or as he was known as Dope Ghost. As you learn more about Jeff where he started and how he became involved a simple routine domestic assault would lead him away from his wife and children once again as the murder of a drug runner in upstate New York and a syndicate smuggling billions of dollars across both the U.S. and Canadian borders would change it once again for Jeff. Buck. A young boy is…

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Goodbye to the Dead: STARRED REVIEW


Goodbye to the Dead: Brian Freeman   No two relationships are the same as Serena Dial realizes each time she reflects on how she and Chief Detective Jonathan Stride became closer. A prologue t…

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Goodbye to the Dead: STARRED REVIEW


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Goodbye to the Dead: Brian Freeman

No two relationships are the same as Serena Dial realizes each time she reflects on how she and Chief Detective Jonathan Stride became closer. A prologue that is quite compelling as Serena searches a bar for 17 year old Cat, a young girl who came to stay with her and Jonathan as a result of her mothers death and circumstances that shattered her world and hoped that they might give her some solace, safety and peace. But, teens are unpredictable and Cat gets out and finds her way to a bar but in course of finding her Serena spies a young girl with a suitcase and something about her behavior and her flags trouble. Sometimes we don’t act on our gut reactions and instincts and the next time she sees this young girl she is lying dead outside of the bar, hoping to catch…

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