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Hunt the Shadow - A Phil Pfeiffer Thriller - cover

Hunt the Shadow - A Phil Pfeiffer Thriller

Oliver F. Chase

Publisher: Chase Consulting dba Pearl River Publishing Group

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Summary

America never leaves a soldier behind. Almost never. 
After a failed black ops mission in the dark days of the Afghanistan War, desert tribesmen return a wounded American soldier. After months of rehabilitation for a broken back and a damaged spirit, Phil Pfeiffer returns to civilian life as a private detective tracking cheating spouses and bail jumpers. 
When a philandering husband goes missing, however, nothing is right with the investigation or the search for the husband’s body. After the insurance company is forced to pay off, the widow spots her husband’s photo in a celebrity magazine and sends Pfeiffer to unravel the mystery. Before he can, however, the absent man dies a second time leaving the detective fighting for his own life.

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