Queen's Gambit (A James Maguire Novel Book 2)

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Hunting the mysterious serial killer was like trying to catch a ghost and now retired NYPD detective, James Maguire, has an even bigger problem to deal with, as he accepts an offer to return to the NYPD. Can Maguire find the elusive killer before the city is ripped apart by a wave of terror?

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Published 23 Mar 2014
Pages 423
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In the six months since they had first battled to a stalemate, James Maguire had spent countless hours chasing down leads and sightings of the elusive killer, only to watch them slip away at the very last moment. For Maguire, and the state police task force charged with capturing him, it was as if the man had never even existed.

Now Maguire’s old friend, Richard Stargold, has been appointed as the new NYPD police commissioner, and is offering James the opportunity to return to the department he loves.

While the specter of the killer remains ever present, now an even greater danger looms just ahead on the horizon, a threat which will put more lives at risk.

In a game driven by revenge, how much will be sacrificed to win?

The clock is ticking.

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