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THE JACK RENO SERIES: 3 Volume Set - WALKING WITH DUCKS, SCORPION'S STING, and WRESTLING WITH GORILLAS by Martin A. Nalitz Jr

THE JACK RENO SERIES: 3 Volume Set - WALKING WITH DUCKS, SCORPION'S STING, and WRESTLING WITH GORILLAS

by Martin A. Nalitz Jr

600 pages
THE JACK RENO SERIES: 3 Volume Set - WALKING WITH DUCKS, SCORPION'S STING, and WRESTLING WITH GORILLAS

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Category: Fiction:Mystery
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WALKING WITH DUCKS

Jack Reno had a shady past - even before he went to prison. He's trying to go straight but it's not easy. He gets mixed up with a crime lord, a beautiful woman on the hook for millions of her company's dollars, and the man who had him sent to prison. They all want something and the crime lord is the only one he can trust. Going back to prison may be the easiest way out.

SCORPION'S STING

Jack Reno thought life would be less complicated when he left prison. Things are okay until he meets a man offering him the same kind of shady dealings that got him locked up. He learns his sentence may have been part of an elaborate conspiracy, gets on the wrong side of some prison muscle, and meets a woman who could be trouble. Throw in an ex-wife getting remarried and it's clear - sometimes prison just seems simpler.

WRESTLING WITH GORILLAS

The world of infomercials doesn't sound that exciting; but add politics and organized crime and it becomes lethal. With two beautiful women and a boatload of cash on top of that, it's natural that Jack Reno would end up in the middle of it. If that's not enough, when his prison buddy, Choice, is shot, then arrested, somebody has to run his criminal enterprise in the middle of a gang war. Can Reno do it? If he makes a mistake, he could go back to prison. If he does everything right, he could end up dead.

 

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About the Author
Martin A. Nalitz Jr Marty Nalitz was a radio/TV host in Denver, actively involved in various think tanks and organizations. In 2004 he was sentenced to twenty-one years in prison for Theft and Securities Fraud. He spent time in four different maximum and medium-security facilities before his release.

 

 

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