Motion To Kill (A Lou Mason Thriller)

Motion To Kill (A Lou Mason Thriller)

Language: English

Pages: 344

ISBN: 1463610297

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

A dead partner is bad for business. Real bad.
Motion to Kill is the knockout, bestselling first book in the Lou Mason legal thriller series. Hold on for a blistering thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat until the explosive finale you’ll never see coming!
Lou Mason fights to stay one step ahead of the killer who’s murdering his partners in a case where no one is who they appear to be and the winner is the last man standing.
Think Lee Child and Michael Connelly and you’ll get Joel Goldman! That’s why they both recommend Motion to Kill.
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voice that I didn’t recognize.” “Why did you remove the wiretaps from their phones and not Sullivan’s?” “God knows I wanted to. I was afraid what Scott might do if he found out. I didn’t want to deal with another partner who could blackmail me between the sheets or anyplace else. So I got rid of the ones in Scott’s office and Harlan’s office first. I was going to take out Sullivan’s, but the cleaning crew showed up. I didn’t want someone saying they’d seen me in Sullivan’s office, so I left. I

leftover, cast-aside guts of buildings and businesses that Mike Mason somehow turned into cash. Mason spent the mornings hunting for magnets while his grandfather shuffled papers. Mike Mason got his start in the wrecking business through Tom Pendergast, the political boss who ran Kansas City and a good part of Missouri during the Depression. Bagnel Dam had just been finished, damming up three rivers and creating the Lake of the Ozarks. Pendergast’s concrete company had provided the cement and

wait for them. Kelly stayed behind, a lone silhouette framed by the inferno devouring her hiding place. Incandescent shadows swarmed through the trees like extras in a low-budget horror movie before evaporating into the black sky. The rescuers and the rescued worked through the night stamping out the few burning embers that had drifted into the trees. By daylight, the fire had consumed itself. Brilliant tracers of pink and orange crept into the morning sky as the last tendrils of black smoke

along with Vic Jr. Did O’Malley know what Sullivan was doing?” “A detail in which I had no interest.” “With Sullivan dead, you were stuck with Vic Jr. to make the case against D’lessandro, but he disappeared. Harlan Christenson is dead and Scott Daniels is going to be the next poster boy for electroshock therapy. Camaya is your last chance.” “It pains me to admit that you’re right.” “There’s one thing I still don’t get,” Mason said. “How did Jimmie find Kelly’s cabin?” Mason asked the

in reviews. This novel is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, and incidents either are the product of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual persons (living or dead) or events is entirely coincidental.

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