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Drugs….murder….voodoo!Four men are found brutally slain in an abandoned house on Cleveland’s east side, one with ties to City Hall and all marked with a mysterious symbol. When Detective Nicholas Silvano is called to the case, he finds this drug-deal-gone-wrong is anything but ordinary and the search for an elusive killer is on. With FBI Agent James Reis creating roadblockDrugs….murder….voodoo!Four men are found brutally slain in an abandoned house on Cleveland’s east side, one with ties to City Hall and all marked with a mysterious symbol. When Detective Nicholas Silvano is called to the case, he finds this drug-deal-gone-wrong is anything but ordinary and the search for an elusive killer is on. With FBI Agent James Reis creating roadblocks at every turn, Silvano teams up with DEA Agent Charley Goetz on a manhunt that takes them from Cleveland to the shady side of Florida, where anything can be had for a price. The stakes become higher when the killer makes it personal, forcing Nick to face feelings he’d been denying for so long.This novel is co-authored by Karl Bort and Thekla Madsen....

Title : Bad JuJu in Cleveland
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ISBN : 9781310843150
Format Type : ebook
Number of Pages : 585 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Bad JuJu in Cleveland Reviews

  • Rob Editor
    2019-03-27 15:37

    From the opening line to the very last words, Karl Bort takes readers on a thrilling journey as Detective Nicholas Silvano tries to solve the brutal murder of four men in a Cleveland warehouse. He soon discovers that the deaths are more than a drug-deal-gone-wrong but a strange case involving voodoo. Bort’s work as a policeman and his many years in Cleveland no doubt informed this novel, which is as realistic in its details as it is suspenseful. I hope Bort brings Det. Silvano back for another adventure!

  • Beth M James
    2019-04-02 20:39

    Great book to read. I like stories based on real cop action. It's not the blow-'em-up or unrealistic storyline. The events actually happened.

  • Karl Bort
    2019-04-15 12:29