In the aftermath of Seattle’s brutal Park Murders, security expert Mack Fraser discovers that one of the itinerant victims is his own brother.
His identical twin brother.
A brother, who to that moment, he never even knew existed.
Against police advice Mack sets out to uncover the dead man’s buried past, a shadowy trail that leads from San Francisco to the Chicago underworld and eventually to the murky forests of Washington’s Olympic Peninsula, the perfect place for hiding secrets.
He’s a tortured man in pursuit of answers, unaware that others are equally invested in a similar quest, but for reasons far more sinister. And it’s only a matter of time before their tactics turn violent. Mack soon finds himself the prime suspect in not only his brother’s murder, but the vicious deaths of a dozen others. And the evidence against him continues to mount.
Forced into hiding and hunted by old school mobsters, corrupt federal agents, and a Seattle police force on a mission – only then, bruised and battered and pushed to the ultimate limit, does he uncover the audacious means for fighting back and proving his own innocence: the impossible heist of the most impenetrable vault in the Northwest.
And the clock’s ticking.
You can download Brother’s Keeper for your e-reader here: Kindle, nook, Sony Reader, Kobo, and Apple’s iBook.
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Glen: leave a link to buy the book perhaps?
Thanks for your interest, Kim. I greatly appreciate it. If you click on the cover above, it’ll take you to the Amazon.com page for the Kindle version. If you need a version for one of the other e-readers, click on my Author page link near the top and you’ll find those links.
Having said that, I will immediately put a few more obvious links on this page, as well. Thanks for pointing it out to me.
And should you read Brother’s Keeper, please let me know what you think.
Just finished reading syn. for “Brother’s Keeper and enjoyed it. Mark Frasers surprise that the victims his twin brother, and him not knowing, very original. We liked the idea of what the journey would be like that Mark takes trying to find out who did this, but also, having his twin brother’s death driving him forward. Best of luck with book! Looking forward to communicating on twitter.
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