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3 edition of Cajun Justice found in the catalog.

Cajun Justice

a Bridget Montrose mystery

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        StatementGrand Central Publishing
        PublishersGrand Central Publishing
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        LC Classifications2020
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 109 p. :
        Number of Pages54
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        ISBN 10nodata
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Cain had the dream job he had always wanted, protecting the President, until a single night resulted in a scandal that lost him his post. Also, Deputy Keith Bergeron helps a woman who believes her and her mother were scammed by a fraudulent faith healer, or what the Cajuns call a "treateur.

Also, two residents fight over an unlikely prize; a wild hog killed on the roadway during a road kill accident. Needing a new direction for his life and with help from his sister Cajun Justice works in Japan, Cain takes a job in Tokyo as head of security detail for a very successful and important CEO.

clubmap.com.hk: Cajun Justice (9781538752357): Patterson, James, Axum, Tucker: Books

These weaknesses were somewhat easy to ignore in the emotional moments of a fun read, but ultimately lowered a potential 4-star review down to 3.

The characters were not Cajun Justice much life. The distraught woman who called in the complaint believes it's the work of the "Lutin," a mischievous spirit of an un-baptized baby ghost. The Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's Office has to be ready Cajun Justice anything. I've never read a James Patterson book before so I don't know if this is the type of book he usually writes, but this didn't exactly encourage me to read any more of his work. We're supposed to think he's a reliable man who always tells it straight.

Great hearing from you, Goldie. and I go to the same salon? " Cain then goes to the tattoo place and the person he's looking for shows up just minutes later. Thanks for your patience and time!

clubmap.com.hk: Cajun Justice (9781538752357): Patterson, James, Axum, Tucker: Books

That there would have to be good entertainment, if it could get past the censor. I guess I thought it would be about New Orleans. What word DO they use? I could say my sister got Cajun Justice new potted plant with the same emotional impact as this. Terry Daigre interrogates a copper thief suspect from a previous arrest, the suspect gives up vital information that the ringleader and two cohorts from the theft ring are planning to steal copper from a huge warehouse down the bayou.

The themes explored in the story involved serious and dramatic issues, characters with depth and flaws, and an interesting mystery taking place in a foreign country that flashed Cajun Justice at times to a strong back story. In Southern Louisiana, the mosquito problem is so rampant and the annoying pests can get so big, the locals will often say the mosquito is the "state bird. When a neighbor alerts him of suspicious activity around his property, he calls in his girlfriend, Deputy Melissa "Catfish" Quintal to help him investigate.

Dudley "DJ" Authement struggle to piece together the truth from two very different sides of the story. Could this be the legendary "Fifolet? Also, Deputy Melissa "Catfish" Quintal tries to settle a dispute between an estranged husband and wife who are disputing over their Mardi Gras beads, and Deputy Keith Bergeron must settle down the rowdy riders of a party bus.