Easy Access

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Author House, Mar 2, 2010 - Fiction - 464 pages
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No break-in. No robbery. No rape. Just murder ... by invitation only.

 

Knock-knock-knock. Expecting someone? Yes, but not a psychopath with Easy Access to your home.

 

Detectives face a crossword puzzle with all blackened squares. Is an article deliberately placed - a clue? A deception? Did that cause the NYPD to set in motion a series of merry-go-round theories?

 

Protagonist Steve Waldtrip is placed is placed on administrative leave from the NYPD pending an investigation into the death of his ex-wife. Problems escalate with an ongoing media battle, and his implication in the death of undercover cop, Joanne Newcombe. Another shadow is cast over Waldtrip when two DA investigators are gunned down. Not a good month for our colorful, headline-grabbing, ex detective.

 

The press dubs the killer, "Popeye," immediately giving the monster hero status. A highly intelligent adversary, systematic and ice-cold, has the law and our protagonist painted into a clueless corner.

In the end, Waldtrip figures out the WHY. And along with some luck ... the WHO presented itself. That gave way to a gut-wrenching, see-saw finale.

 

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Contents

Section 1
4
Section 2
16
Section 3
20
Section 4
32
Section 5
46
Section 6
50
Section 7
80
Section 8
86
Section 24
256
Section 25
260
Section 26
264
Section 27
270
Section 28
274
Section 29
276
Section 30
288
Section 31
290

Section 9
110
Section 10
112
Section 11
114
Section 12
156
Section 13
164
Section 14
166
Section 15
172
Section 16
174
Section 17
192
Section 18
204
Section 19
214
Section 20
226
Section 21
234
Section 22
238
Section 23
250
Section 32
298
Section 33
312
Section 34
324
Section 35
328
Section 36
348
Section 37
354
Section 38
362
Section 39
376
Section 40
402
Section 41
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Section 42
416
Section 43
432
Section 44
442
Section 45
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About the author (2010)

R.K. Holler's fresh witty style offers readers an inside look at the attitudes associated with New Yorkers. They feel genetics give them the exclusive right to the sarcastic humor market. Holler … born in Brooklyn, N.Y. now resides in Orange County California, but his ghost is still roaming the streets of Brooklyn. Easy Access is his debut novel.

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