In this gut wrenching sequel to Loose Ends and Above Ground, Jack Taggart s quest for justice takes him from the beaches of Cuba to the ghettos of Hanoi.Jack Taggart is an undercover Mountie whose quest for justice takes him from the sunny, tourist laden beaches of Cuba to the ghettos of Hanoi His targets deal in human flesh, smuggling unwitting victims for the sex trade.In this gut wrenching sequel to Loose Ends and Above Ground, Jack Taggart s quest for justice takes him from the beaches of Cuba to the ghettos of Hanoi.Jack Taggart is an undercover Mountie whose quest for justice takes him from the sunny, tourist laden beaches of Cuba to the ghettos of Hanoi His targets deal in human flesh, smuggling unwitting victims for the sex trade In a story fraught with raw emotion, Jack finds his partner accusing him of carrying out a personal vendetta, until he reveals the secret driving him forward This is the world of the undercover operative a world of lies, treachery, and deception A world where violence can erupt without warning, like a ticking time bomb on a crowded bus It isn t a matter of if that bomb will go off it is a matter of how close you are to it when it does.
Angel in the Full Moon In this gut wrenching sequel to Loose Ends and Above Ground Jack Taggart s quest for justice takes him from the beaches of Cuba to the ghettos of Hanoi Jack Taggart is an undercover Mountie whose que
Absolutely outstanding One of the best books I have read, as it is very true to life.
I can t stop weeping
Jack Taggart is cop who defines the law as having two sets of rules one for the bad guys and one for the good guys The law can be bent, broken, even blasted apart by the good guys as long as it serves a greater, honorable purpose For the bad guys, if you choose to break the rules you d better realized that the consequences may be considerably harsher than those written down in the law books.In Angel in the Full Moon Don Easton exposes the ruthless, violent and disgusting underbelly of prostituti [...]
Don Easton done it again, I was up all night could not put the book down, this book made me think about my life when I was married, I had a monster for a husband I was beat up,rapped by him but I was scared to do anything about it, until 16 years ago, my sister called me to ask me to go over her house she needed to talk to me,she said Conny I don t know how to tell you this but you need to know,she told me that my husband molested my niece, her daughter well I came home,I could not be in the sam [...]
IMHO this book is much better than the 2nd Jack Taggart Above Ground Whether it was the subject matter, the fact that the major action was all in Surrey and not in Mexico or Columbia or somewhere or maybe that there wasn t as many McGyveresque implausible plans that all went wrong anyway, whatever it was made this one much difficult to put down and it kept me rolling right along I still have trouble believing that most high ranking RCMP officers, who have presumably came up through the ranks, a [...]
I read 2 of Easton s books before reading this one This one was way better than the others I had read A hard edged, exciting story with a very good ending The story goes from Canada to Columbia to Cuba to Viet Nam I particularly liked the Cuban segment since it takes place in Veradero where I spent a couple of weeks on vacation Good read
The third book I ve read in the Jack Taggart series all three this week Very gritty stories about a cop in the Intelligence division of the RCMP in Vancouver Hard to put down page turners Taggart is not big on bureaucratic protocol, with perpetrators coming up against Jack s particular brand of justice , which just seems really satisfying in this day and age.
Great book as are all that I have read so far.Mr Taggart s book are hard to put down so don t start one unless you have time to finish it.Having two brother who were cops and who verify the accuracy of these books makes them scarier.
Don Easton is a former RCMP undercover operative so he really knows his stuff It s based in Vancouver but includes international destinations Cuba and Vietnam Not for the faint of heart human trafficking, torture.
Well worth the twenty five cents I paid for it at the discards shelf in the Prince George Public Library.
Mr Easton s writing continues to improve This story was great I loved the storyline It was extremely sad and realistic.