Item description for Nobody Goes to the Moon Anymore by Mel Savoie...
The story centers in and around a ficticious old line Baltimore financial house and woven into the story are actual Baltimore locations. It is technically correct, fast paced, and heavy with human issues. The adrenalin rushing action never lets up in this tale of murder, mysterious happenings and greed.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.9" Width: 6" Height: 0.8" Weight: 0.85 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 2005
Publisher Lighthouse Press
ISBN 193221111X ISBN13 9781932211115
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Nobody Goes to the Moon Anymoe May 23, 2005
It seems partners in crime always come to differences and that is exactly what happened between Ralph Collins and Peter Beyer when they hired a German murder-for-hire ring to kill someone. They never figured how things could go so wrong. The two men could think of no other way to save their jobs or so Ralph thought. He had no idea that other fingers pulled the strings that made their decision for them. This is the situation that Eric Steele, CIA employee and suddenly unemployed, accidentally steps into when he applies for employment with their brokerage. Several subplots play out against each other, weaving into an intriguing read that will keep those pages turning as a great cast of well-drawn characters try one-upsmanship on each other. A read that will satisfy any mystery or thriller fan as time well spent. Plenty of action and surprises for the unwary. Recommended as a fun read where things aren't always what they seem. Talented author Mel Savoie offers a new look at old motives for murder that rapidly spin out of control. A tale that will stand with the best of them.