Death, Taxes, And A Skinny No-Whip Latte
Death and Taxes #2
St. Martin's Press
On Sale: February 28, 2012
Featuring: Tara Holloway; Eddie Bardin
Mass Market Paperback / e-Book
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IRS Special Agent Tara Holloway is at work again. This time,
she and her partner, Eddie, are after Marcos Mendoza, a
financial expert and suspected loan shark with cross-border
ties to questionable businesses and people in Mexico.
Mendoza hasn’t just cheated the U.S and Mexican governments,
he may have left a trail of bodies, too. Neither the Texas
Rangers nor the FBI could prove a link between Mendoza and
the suspicious deaths of his employees and associates, but
the sheer number of bodies indicates the deaths aren’t mere
coincidence. What’s more, Mendoza bought off Special Agent
Nick Pratt, who’d earlier been assigned to the
investigation, and set the traitor up in a luxury
condominium in Cancún, Mexico.
He must be stopped.
Unfortunately, Mendoza is as elusive as his activities are
illegal. Tracking down this tax cheat proves much more
difficult, and more dangerous, than Tara anticipated. Given
the highly sensitive nature of the case, Tara is forbidden
to disclose the details to anyone, including her boyfriend,
Brett Ellington. Secrets nearly tore the two apart in the
past and history seems destined to repeat itself.
As Tara and Eddie delve deeper into Mendoza’s business
enterprises, they realize his illegal activities extend far
beyond high-interest finance. They also learn Mendoza will
do anything to protect the profitable illegal empire he has
When Tara receives an unexpected call from a surprising
source, she must decide whether to follow orders or follow
through. Tara must risk it all—her relationship with Brett,
her job, and her life itself—to put Mendoza out of business
Death and Taxes
3 comments posted.
Re: Death, Taxes, And A Skinny No-Whip Latte
The plot described here is really intriguing! There seems to be a lot of illegal
things going on like this today which makes this book even more appealing. I'm
adding this terrific read to my Wish List!
(Connie Fischer 12:33pm April 30, 2012)
what a cute book idea.I think this could be a fun book. I
would enjoy reading this book.The cover of the book makes it
look like a great summer read. Warm weather moving into
Michigan. Pool side read.
(Chrislin Payne 6:14pm April 30, 2012)
sounds like a great book. I would really like to read it.
(Kathy Weber 7:21pm April 30, 2012)
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