Pinkerton Partners, the fourth in the Legend of the Golden Feather sees Wiley training Jake in his new role as a Pinkerton agent. Soon the two are assigned a mission and so find themselves travelling to New Orleans, sailing the Mississippi on a steamer. But while they are pursing a notorious criminal, there are others in pursuit of them, or more particularly Jake. Betty, who imagines she is engaged to be married to Wiley, is still after him and wants Jake out of the way. The story follows our loveable partners on one assignment after another, but they seemed to be pursued more than they are in pursuit, and so constantly in danger from more than one source. There is plenty of action, suspense and drama, as well as between the sheets action enjoyed by Wiley and Jake, who are becoming ever more adventurous in their love making. Jakes innocence and childlike naivety continue to beguile, and the relationship between Jake and Wiley only strengthens. We are constantly reminded of the importance of genuine Christian love, and the hypocrisy of those who claim to be Christian, but fail to live up to this love, is shown up. We also see how the desire for material gain so easily corrupts, even spoiling former friendships.
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Book Description Golden Feather Press, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110970927304