Black Jack Point

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Onyx Book, 2002 - Fiction - 416 pages
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When the bodies of his missing friends are found buried at Black Jack Point among artifacts from the past, Texas judge Whit Mosley sets out to find the killers, plunging into a perilous world of vicious treasure hunters, ruthless tycoons, and money-hungry sharks in which his only ally, police detective Claudia Salazar, is kidnapped and held hostage. Original.

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Review: Black Jack Point (Whit Mosley #2)

User Review  - Leslea - Goodreads

This was a great action thriller with the story divided between the 2 main characters. One kidnapped on a ship and trying to escape and the other on the Point trying to solve the murders. The story kept moving along at a good pace and you really became invested in the characters. Read full review

Review: Black Jack Point (Whit Mosley #2)

User Review  - Carmen - Goodreads

Wow. This is dark. I am not liking this series any better. This time we deal with kidnapping, rape, buried treasure, and piracy. Again Whit goes for totally the wrong woman. This time she hides her ... Read full review


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Jeff Abbott (born 1963) is a U.S. suspense novelist. He has a degree in History and English from Rice University. He lives in Austin, Texas. His early novels were traditional detective fiction but in recent years he has turned to writing thriller fiction. His novels include: Do Unto Others (1994) -- winner of the Agatha Award and the Macavity Award (given by Mystery Readers International) for Best First Novel; Black Jack Point (2002), nominated for the Edgar Award (given by Mystery Writers of America) and for the Anthony Award and for the Barry Award; Cut and Run (2003), nominated for the Edgar Award; Panic (2005), nominated for the Thriller Award (given by the International Thriller Writers); and Trust Me (2009). His novel, Panic, has been optioned for film by The Weinstein Company and is in development. His novel, Collision, has been optioned for film by Twentieth Century Fox.

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