COME MONDAY IS A GOOD STORY ABOUT THE FALL OF JAKE SULLIVAN AND HOW HE REBUILDS HIS LIFE AND REDEEMS HIMSELF. GREAT FIRST BOOK OF A SERIES – IT DOES MAKE YOU WANT TO READ MORE.
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Trouble in Margaritaville
Jake Sullivan had everything—his dream job as the chief prosecuting attorney in the Miami Office of the Justice Department, a loving family, and good friends. Many would describe him as a bulldog of a man with a strong moral streak. No one would have predicted what was actually to come.
When Jake Sullivan takes on a high profile case, he naturally anticipates both a moral and a professional victory. But when his drinking and obsession with the horrific nature of the crimes involved cloud his judgement, the case is thrown out of court and a cold-blooded killer goes free.
Shattered and mired in self-pity, Jake withdraws from his family and takes off for Key West where he builds a small practice fighting marine insurance companies. One night, still haunted by his failures, Jake stumbles upon a covert meeting between Attorney General Benjamin Matthews, the man who fired him, and the serial killer he let go free.
What follows is Jake’s fight for redemption and his life as he unravels a Machiavellian plot that leads from Key West to the White House.
This is the first book in the Jake Sullivan Series. Also by Chip Bell: “Trying to Reason with Hurricane Season” and “Havana Daydreamin'”
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