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Jack Taggart Mysteries 8-Book Bundle - The Benefactor Corporate Asset Birds of a Feather and more - cover

Jack Taggart Mysteries 8-Book Bundle - The Benefactor Corporate Asset Birds of a Feather and more

Don Easton

Publisher: Dundurn

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Summary

Now available in one bundle for the first time, the first eight books of the Jack Taggart Mystery series are gathered together, including the latest mystery, The Benefactor. 
 
  
 
 "Ripped from the headlines … Easton, an ex-Mountie, knows his police work." - Globe and Mail 
 
  
 
 "One of the best hard-nosed series in Canada." - Hamilton Spectator 
 
  
 
 "Swift action, sudden violence and compassion told in a style that keeps you turning the pages. Easton is a writer at the top of his game." - Hamilton Spectator 
 
  
 
 "Filled with moments of sheer terror that will keep the readers turning pages faster and faster as it builds." - Bookgasm.com 
 
  
 
 The Benefactor - Jack Taggart Mystery #8 (NEW!) 
 
 Jack Taggart finds himself involved with an Asian organized crime syndicate when he begins investigating a fatal hit-and-run accident. Unbeknownst to Taggart, the murder was arranged at the request of a rogue Chinese spy, who has drawn up a deadly plan to hide his trail. 
 
  
 
 Corporate Asset - Jack Taggart Mystery #7 
 
 Undercover operative Taggart descends into a world of white-collar crime and murder. Setting himself up as bait to be murdered, Taggart races against time to stop a rapist and catch a serial killer. 
 
  
 
 Birds of a Feather - Jack Taggart Mystery #6 
 
 Taggart discovers a Canadian link to a Mexican drug cartel and penetrates the organization. Taggart is sent to El Paso, where he is partnered with U.S. Customs agent Adams. What neither Taggart nor Adams know is they’ve been paired for a secret purpose. 
 
  
 
 Includes 5 more Jack Taggart titles: 
 
 Dead Ends - Jack Taggart Mystery #5 
 
 Samurai Code - Jack Taggart Mystery #4 
 
 Angel in the Full Moon - Jack Taggart Mystery #3 
 
 Above Ground - Jack Taggart Mystery #2 
 
 Loose Ends - Jack Taggart Mystery #1

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