A Mortal Deception

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Tate Pub & Enterprises Llc, 2010 - Fiction - 328 pages
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Canadian criminal mastermind Gary Watson is not accustomed to being had. After years of successful cons across international borders, Watson has learned the finer points to defrauding governments, businesses, and his less-talented criminal counterparts. With operations across North America, Watson's business is good. Another successful heist seems in order in Georgia until a new figure arrives on the scene: mysterious Canadian civil servant Joe Crewman. Watson may have finally met his match in the gritty, street-smart Crewman, a man not afraid to bend the rules to get the job done. Each man quickly realizes that this will be a whole new chess game, a battle of equals on opposite sides of the law. As they match wits with each other and a world of bureaucrats, hungry criminals looking For The big-time, and backwoods vigilantes, Watson and Crewman will have to face A Mortal Deception.

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