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by Jim Brown
Praise for Jim Brown's Drum
"Alive with action… so delightfully, typically Brown, it will send his fans into paroxysms of joy, entertainment novels can't get any better than this."
"A delightful tale of sex and violence…..Slick, sophisticated fun."
"Brown delivers his most riveting and glamorous Dianna Flamel novel yet."
"Action packed and fast paced."
"Sleek and engaging."
"Brown does his usual job of fast action, catchy plot, and spicy dialogue, which add up to another winner."
"Terrific…fast paced…fun…fans will enjoy Brown's latest thriller."
Dianna and Carol fight crime, the brutality of pimps, and the nightmare of human trafficking as they open a detective agency as a tribute to their friend Julie Sontag (Kissed The Girls And Made Them Cry).
Dianna and Carol, along with their Great Dane Drum, continue their crusade against the sexual exploitation of young girls. They are joined in their efforts by three unforgettable new characters, Billy Suter, Arturo Molina and Sam Brown.
About the Author
Jim Brown was born in a small town in Indiana (Markstown) which is only a few miles from Chicago, Illinois. The town is right smack dab in the middle of a huge steel mill (formerly Youngstown Sheet and Tube Works).
Mr. Brown was educated at East Chicago Roosevelt high school and Indiana University. Mr. Brown worked in the steel mill, several factories, as a police officer, prison guard, and real estate broker and, with his wife Sandra, owned and operated several businesses including a real estate company.
Mr. Brown now lives with his wife Sandra in a small town in Central Florida.
(2013, paperback, 260 pages)