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Code of Ethics (The Cost of Betrayal Collection) - cover

Code of Ethics (The Cost of Betrayal Collection)

Lynette Eason

Publisher: Revell

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Summary

When Detective Isaac Martinez lands in the ER with a gunshot wound, he pulls through thanks to trauma surgeon Ruthie St. John. But as the witness to a crime and possible corruption, Martinez is at risk from someone intent on silencing him--and those around him--forever. When he barely survives another attack while recovering, both he and Ruthie must flee, trying to outrun deadly killers while locating the evidence they need to end the danger.

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