The National Rare Blood Association is suspected of laundering money to terrorist groups. When Private Investigator Mark Matthews and FBI Agent Susan Harrington collect evidence against the NRBA, they become willing combatants in the ""War on Terror."" John Portman, Director of Security for the NRBA is equally intent on avoiding detection. When he traces Mark's and Susan's probe into the NRBA's computer, Agent Harrington soon finds herself the victim of a savage abduction. Mark is called in for his highly developed techniques for locating missing persons in the hopes of finding her. Recovery of Susan only fuels the romance building between the two law enforcers. However, unknown to both, Portman's assistant Mel Tarkington is hell bent on revenge against the pair, waiting for the right opportunity to penetrate the shield of protection the FBI erects around them.
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1 . Unbelievable
Posted June 15, 2012 by Michael St. James , Everywhere, USAK. J. Janssen has written an outstanding mystery as his debut novel.
Blood Money is brilliantly written with fetching characters, both good and bad.
It grabs your attention from the get-go and doesn't let go until the surprising ending.
I also read his second novel Hampton Manor. I wholeheartedly recommend it.
Let's have more books like these, K. J. Janssen. I'll be here to read them.
Untreed Reads Publishing, LLC
November 14, 2011
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