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Jack Ferrell is engaged to rich, drop-dead gorgeous Ellery Seaport and living rent-free in the guest cottage at her parent’s house on Maui. Most men would consider him one of the luckiest guys alive.
But is he?
While free diving on a reef off the south coast of Maui, Jack spies something small and round -- like a golden eye gleaming at him from the coral. It’s a 1941 West Point class ring with the initials C. W. M. inscribed on inside of the band.
While struggling with his failing relationship and his new job working for his fiancée’s father, an unscrupulous developer, Jack sets out to find the soldier who lost the ring -- a quest that leads him to Charles William McIntyre. But it isn’t until he gets a phone call from McIntyre’s granddaughter Katie that he learns the ring’s secret.
It's the evidence she needs to prove her father’s innocence in her mother’s murder.
Jack’s statement is the crucial key to unlocking her father's freedom. He joins Katie to help secure her father’s release from prison, but it isn’t going to be easy. Someone wants to keep her father behind bars, and is willing to go to any lengths necessary to do so ... including murder.
As Jack and Katie race to stay a step ahead of the killer, they put their lives on the line to discover the identity of the man responsible for her mother’s murder and the truth behind her death.
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William Nikkel is the author of four Jack Ferrell novels and a steampunk, zombie western featuring his latest hero Max Traver. A former homicide detective and S.W.A.T. team member for the Kern County Sheriff’s Department in Bakersfield, California, William is an amateur scuba enthusiast, gold prospector, and artist who can be found just about anywhere. He and his wife Karen divide their time between California and Maui, Hawaii.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. Paperback. Condition: Good. Book has a small amount of wear visible on the binding, cover, pages. Seller Inventory # G1475057288I3N00