McCrary’s Justice (book 6)
A Carlos McCrary, Private Investigator, Mystery Thriller

What would you do if your daughter was held by sex traffickers?
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Nebraska farmer Wilbur Jenkins learns his missing daughter is a sex slave in Port City, Florida. He grabs the next flight to Port City and begs the cops to find her.

Is an untouchable diplomat behind the abduction?

The only clue is a phone number belonging to Antonio Crucero, a sinister diplomat from a Caribbean island paradise. The cops can’t penetrate Crucero’s diplomatic immunity, so Jenkins hires Carlos McCrary, a Private Eye who helps people when the cops can’t.

Crucero thumbs his nose at U.S. law, but diplomatic status can’t protect him from McCrary

McCrary uncovers a cesspool of sex trafficking and illegal drugs stretching from South Florida to the Caribbean, and the slimy Crucero is the kingpin of the operation.

Be prepared for a white-knuckle chase

In the final showdown Crucero circles back to McCrary’s own home, where Chuck must confront his worst nightmare. McCrary’s Justice slices like a machete through a treacherous jungle of new and fearsome enemies, as Chuck McCrary maneuvers inside the gangs and outside the law.

Quotes from McCrary’s Justice:

My office phone rang. “Are you the guy who shot that crooked cop?”
“I prefer to accentuate the positive and say I rescued a woman whom the crooked cop had kidnapped,” I answered modestly.
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As I sampled my yummy club soda, a six-foot blonde piece of arm candy walked into the bar wearing tropical sandals and a gold outfit. The neckline plunged to her waist and revealed the best cleavage money could buy. Miss Cleavage parted the crowd proudly with her chest as she strutted over to Crucero and presented her cheek to be kissed.
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Technology makes a PI’s life easier when you ignore inconvenient privacy laws.
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As I stepped inside, the alarm system beeped. The alarm would go off in forty-five seconds. I found the keypad beside the door. Enter code flashed on the screen. It’s incredible how many people use 1-2-3-4 as their alarm code. If that failed I had forty more seconds to try Crucero’s birth year, his birthday, then the apartment number.
If those failed, I would run like a scalded dog.
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The Colt M1911A1 muzzle he leveled at me measured .45 inches in diameter. Pointed between my eyes, it looked black as a cavern and big as a cannon.

McCrary’s Justice, published in March 2016, has received 20 reader reviews with 4.3 average stars on Amazon as of 21 Jan 2020. Read Reviews...

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