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A Crime of Passion is the mystery, suspense, thriller, fiction and literature novel in which a young music star killed in the hotel room. Scott Pratt is the author of this fantastic novel. It’s the seventh book in the series of Joe Dillard. He has millions of fans all around the world. Joe loves his job and risks his life to save others. People of Tennessee trust on him and he never betrayed them. His success story is based on his work rather than luck. Last time he saves his young assistance from hell trouble.
They both get involved in the endless darkness but in the end, they manage to survive. Now, Joe is traveling to the capital city of Tennessee where he handles the case of Paul Milius. He is in charge of a murder case which happened a few days ago. Kasey Cartwright found strangling in the hotel room. He is a young, beautiful and most talented rising music star in the world. Kasey just came to the music industry and stun everyone with his magician’s voice. The people just love to hear him but he is gone. Someone killed him in the hotel room and Paul is arrested as a culprit. After asking a few questions soon he realizes the Paul is not a real suspect. Joe never accepts failure so he is trying his best to bring the suspect into justice.
Details About A Crime of Passion by Scott Pratt PDF
- Name: A Crime of Passion (Joe Dillard Series Book 7) (Volume 7)
- Authors: Scott Pratt
- Publish Date: December 4, 2014
- Language: English
- Genre: Fiction, Thriller, Suspense, Mystery
- Format: PDF/ePub
- Size: 1 MB
- Pages: 337
- Price: Free
- ISBN: 0692312374
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