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The Murder of a Fed J. Huddleston

The Murder of a Fed

J. Huddleston

Published December 12th 2011
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Kindle Edition
196 pages
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THE MURDER OF A FEDYears before DNA testing became an important factor in criminal research, many law enforcement agents had methods of their own to gather pertinent information and confessions, some not so conventional. Dee Bolin had his ownMoreTHE MURDER OF A FEDYears before DNA testing became an important factor in criminal research, many law enforcement agents had methods of their own to gather pertinent information and confessions, some not so conventional. Dee Bolin had his own methods, and when the stakes were high, he never hesitated to use them. When Dee flies to San Antonio to help his best friend, arrested for the murder of an FAA inspector, he pulls out all the stops. Dee’s friend, Jay Hudson, having recently survived a near fatal crash of a Lear Jet he was flying, containing 2000lbs. of cocaine and the number one drug Czar of Mexico, thought all of his troubles were behind him. After being held hostage in Mexico for several months, Jay knew flying the drug laden trip was his only chance of escaping. His intentional gear-up landing in Brownsville, TX almost cost him his life, being shot by the drug Czar as he diverted the aircraft from Matamoros to Brownsville, TX… After months of therapy, and receiving a new first class airman’s physical and recurrent training, Jay accepts the position of Chief Pilot for a fortune 500 company in San Antonio TX. Just a few months at his new job, Jay has a rude awakening as he is arrested for the murder of an  FAA Inspector. Dee Bolin, Jay Hudson’s best friend and special agent for the United States Treasury Department, flys to San Antonio to prove his friend’s innocence. Dee’s investigation takes him to Mexico, seeking a suspect whom he believes is the assassin. Dee successfully uses techniques from the old days of law enforcement, long before DNA, to apprehend the real murderer. Clashes between Jay Hudson and the FAA and Dee Bolin’s method of capturing the assassin will definitely intrigue each and every reader of this novel.