First Chapter First Paragraph Intros – @Bibliophile_Sea {24-Jan-2017}

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First Chapter/Intro’s  hosted by @Bibliophile By the Sea

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Blood Money (NYPD Blue & Gold #2) by Tee O’Fallon

Version: Kindle Edition

310 pages | Pub Date: 23 January 2017 | Entangled: Select Suspense

 

INTRO:

 

 

Gray paused, inhaling the building’s thick, stuffy air. This op bugged the shit out of him to the point where he’d almost called it off.

A bonb-sniffing K-9 named Max had already gone through the building and detected nothing, but Gray’s nerves were lit up like a subway station.

Something isn’t right.

His gut warned him they were about to fall ass-deep into a trap. For eight months they’d been digging around without success trying to find the safe house used by Ahmed Methopolis, the now-dead Pyramid assassin who’d tried to kill Gray’s sister, and two days ago an anonymous call came in on the NYPD Crime Stoppers tip line. As the lead detective in the Intelligence Unit – and lead investigator on the Pyramid case – Gray had first crack in deciding how to proceed.

He pushed the stairwell door open wider and froze.

So …. based on this intro, would you read this book?


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