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Ryan James once had it all. He was a minor league baseball star poised for the major leagues with a beautiful wife and baby. But all his dreams ended the night of the hit-and-run death of his beloved wife, Chelsea.
Years later, Ryan is a popular sports "shock jock" at a Boston radio station, raising his six-year-old daughter on his own. His life seems to be finally settling down when he is contacted by prosecuting attorney Emma Carlisle about an anonymous note sent to her on this third anniversary of Chelsea′s death. The note claims that the mysterious hit-and-run driver, who was never found, intended to kill Chelsea. Ryan can′t help but wonder if Babes, Chelsea′s brother who has Asperger′s Syndrome, knows more than he lets on.
After Emma is contacted again, Babes suddenly goes missing. Now the police are hunting down Babes, unaware that a well-paid gun is determined to find him first. And Ryan and Emma are racing against the clock to not only find Babes before he can hurt himself, but to uncover the real killer, who′s made it clear that nothing, not even life, is worth more than his reputation.
About the Author
James Grippando is a New York Times bestselling author. Blood Money is his twentieth novel, the tenth in his acclaimed series featuring Miami criminal defense attorney Jack Swyteck. James Grippando was a trial lawyer for twelve years before the publication of his first novel in 1994 (The Pardon). He lives in South Florida with his wife, three children, two cats, and a golden retriever named Max, who has no idea he's a dog.
Praise for Intent to Kill LP: A Novel of Suspense…
“Grippando’s thrillers marry well-drawn characters and realistic action. . . . The story strongly fits into the family thriller genre, epitomized by Harlan Coben.”