Wil Jade

Wil Jade

eBook - 2014
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THE STORY 1940 SAN FRANCISCO THE 1939 Chevrolet with lights out raced along Market Street in the shadows. The victim was dead the instant he stepped from the curb! The car and driver disappeared into the night. The hit had been arranged in Sacramento. It covered the tracks of three politicians who had arranged the triple murders. Now, in Washington, D.C. Senator Ralph Claiborne, partner Ed Cramer in the House of Representatives and partner Harold Rileigh, Speaker of the State Assembly in Sacramento were safely hidden! Philip Jade, Political Reporter for the "CALL" newspaper who had uncovered the evidence was dead, and what he had died with him-OR HAD IT? Wil Jade, Philip's son lived with the nightmares of the murders he couldn't prove. Then one morning at Wil's office a large envelope arrives. In it, photos of a hoodlum gunned down in an office. Scribbled across the top; YOUR FATHER's KILLER! Then the phone call, the voice of a man clinging to life on an oxygen tank leads Wil Jade on a pathway to discovery! A sailing ship unarmed in a sea of enemy submarines, a voyage that leads from San Francisco, to Panama, to Africa and Australia. A return that leads to the White House! Set against a backdrop of war that looms on the horizon, events that keep the reader turning the page unfold in an array of intrigue, romance, adventure and mystery and drive the action to the final page!
Publisher: [United States] : BookBaby : Made available through hoopla, 2014.
ISBN: 9781483518060
148351806X
Branch Call Number: eBook hoopla
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: hoopla digital

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