DRY HEAT By Jon Talton



The third book in this series did not disappoint me as it was exciting and very difficult to put down. David Mapstone has a couple of problems to handle. He was called out to a canal drowning of a homeless man. The man, a missing FBI badge sewn-in jacket. The badge has been missing for a number of years. It belonged to a murdered FBI agent. The case is the only Arizona unsolved case of an FBI agent. Sheriff Mike Peralta orders David to work with a task force including Phoenix Sgt Kate Vare. Kate does not like David. The FBI is stalling the investigation.
Lindsey ‘s David’s wife was a member a Cyberspace task force that cracked the Russian mobs’ credit card stealing racket. Three members of the task are murdered and Mike and the FBI place Lindsey in a safe house.
The book is filled with betrayal, greed, police chases and actions that will hold the reader enthralled until finished. There are a few sex scenes. The ending is a surprise. I recommend this book.

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