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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Mystery & Detective / General
  • Language:English
  • Series title:Mason & Penfield Mysteries
  • Series Number:2
  • Pages:279
  • eBook ISBN:9780615618296

Seen Sean?

A Mason & Penfield Mystery

by Jim Crigler

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After hearing conspirators say Senator Charles Jamison was murdered, Sean McCloskey, an Atlanta teenager, disappears. Can Detective John Mason bring the murderer to justice?
When Senator Charles Jamison dies in an apparent accident in Afghanistan, some people grieve, some celebrate, and the federal investigation into his corruption begins a controlled shutdown. But when Sean McCloskey, an Atlanta teenager, overhears conspirators saying Jamison was murdered, he neither rejoices nor mourns. He disappears. Detective John Mason is assigned to find Sean, but no one has a clue — not his mother, not his sister, not his friends — until Sean begins calling home every day. His cell phone is only turned on for a few minutes at at time, but the location trace shows him calling from unpredictable, random places all over metro Atlanta and beyond. But the police aren’t the only people looking for Sean. Can Mason discover the link between Sean's disappearance and the dead senator’s? Can he find Sean before the cabal? Will the conspiracy be unmasked? Will justice finally be served? Seen Sean? is the second book in the Mason & Penfield Mysteries.
About the author
Jim Crigler grew up in Starkville, Mississippi. He has a degree from Mississippi College in Music Composition, and two from the University of Central Florida in Computer Science. He has worked in high tech for over 25 years, and now lives in suburban Atlanta with his family and far too many dogs.