Emerald Enigma: A Bret Lamplighter Thriller

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Krell Press, Sep 1, 2006 - Fiction - 344 pages
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Bret Lamplighter steps out of his shadowy past life as a DEA agent to make the Caribbean his center stage in Emerald Enigma, the first installment in CJ Westwick's new thriller series from Krell Press. Lock and load your biggest gun, grab a great bag of techno-goodies and a gorgeous French secret agent, and head out to the beach, then into the jungle with our protagonist. What looks like a simple game of follow-the-emeralds changes drastically with the introduction of government corruption, terrorists run amok, and elegant organized crime lords. We'd tell you more, but we'd have to kill you...

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User Review  - CharleyJim - LibraryThing

Bret Lamplighter is working as an investigator for an insurance company whose client has lost millions in emeralds when their courier was murdered. His job is simply to locate the emeralds, not to ... Read full review

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This book was an engaging thriller with lots of twists and turns. I liked the sense of being in the thick of adventure with Bret and his friends, especially the scenes on the boat in Colombia.

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