Night Club (Horace Cotton Mystery Series Book 2)

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  • 269 pages
  • Night Club (Horace Cotton Mystery Series Book 2)
  • Raymond Hunter Pyle
  • English
  • 14 June 2017

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Night Club (Horace Cotton Mystery Series Book 2) Cotton Finds Himself Drawn Into Another Delgado Scheme That Will Add To His Already Well Stocked File Of Nightmares When Enrico Delgado, A Florida Gangster, Asks Cotton To Take On A Bodyguard Job For A Legitimate Friend, Cotton Is Glad To Get Back To Work After A Long Recovery From Injuries Suffered As A Result Of His Last Contract He Had Pushed His Body And Mind Close To Their Limits Getting Back In Shape And He Was Ready Alice Had Returned To Boston And Cotton Wanted Her Back, Needed Her Back, But He Was Ready For Work Cotton Meets Robert Spinoza, Owner Of Spinoza S Night Club At Federal Hill In Balti Robert Is Being Blackmailed And Threatened Powerful People Want His Club, And Robert Doesn T Want To Sell Cotton Isn T Surprised When His Client Doesn T Want To Discuss What S Behind The Danger Or Why People Are Willing To Kill To Get Spinoza S Club Cotton Is Just A Bodyguard He Is Used To The Attitude And He Is Used To Overcoming It Cotton Immediately Begins His Protection Plan, But Maybe Not Soon Enough.

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10 thoughts on “Night Club (Horace Cotton Mystery Series Book 2)

  1. Marilou Hatler says:

    The characters The story line, The conclusionthe characters were so believable it seemed as if you knew them yourself The story was very interesting and had many surprises An edge of the chair most of the time The conclusion, it dragged on and then just dr...

  2. Walt Mccluskey says:

    Night clubAs good as a second book in a series gets with the right way to keep the original characters fresh in your mind and as real as they first were The time sequences rushed by faster than I would have liked but much of that was because the story was hard to set down Good read.