A firm named Private that's an investigation firm at international levels is run by former Marine named Jack Morgan. He has loads of money in Private: No.1 Suspect. One day when Morgan returns from an international trip and reached homes finds his ex-girlfriend lying dead on his bed. He becomes the prime suspect as the body is found in his house, and his gun was also found there in the same place which is supposed to be the murder weapon. Nobody really trusts him. Private is losing all the clients. Only two of them have stuck to him.
One of them is a mobster and needs Morgan to find about his lost and valuable shipment of medicinal drugs which has value in millions and is hijacked. Morgan didn't want to take this case but had to do so for his obligations. Finding the lost truck was no big deal but finding the drugs was a big question. The second client was a beautiful lady owning a chain of hotels. She is losing business from her hotels because her guests are being murdered in the room they stay. She wants Morgan to find out the culprit.
Morgan's personal life is a mess, his current girlfriend also his most valued employee is pissed when she comes to know that this supposed to be ex-girlfriend who is dead now was still there in his life. Even if Morgan successfully proves his innocence in the murder it will be difficult for him to explain things to his girlfriend. What happened able to find out the truth? Did he solve the cases of his two clients? Purchase a copy now from Infibeam.com and read to know the details.
About the Author:-
James Patterson is one of the best-known and biggest-selling writers of all time. He is an author to several popular books of the past decade like The Alex Cross, Women's Murder Club and Detective Michael Bennett novels. He has also written many murder, romance and thriller novels that have been the bestselling books. He is passionate about reading and encourages children to do the same. He lives in Florida with his wife and son. He is very compassionate to the National Literacy Trust, an independent, UK-based charity that changes lives through literacy. In 2010, he was voted Author of the Year at the Children's Choice Book Awards in New York.
By:- Rachna Rawat