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THE SECOND GIRL DAVID SWINSON

June 29, 2016

9781473618169

THE SECOND GIRL BY DAVID SWINSO

HE’S A GOOD DETECTIVE WITH A BAD HABBIT

Frank Marr may be a decorated former cop and the best private investigator Washington, D.C. has ever known, but the city doesn’t know his dirty secret.
A high-functioning drug addict, Frank has devoted his considerable skills to hiding his habit from others. But after accidentally discovering a kidnapped teenage girl in the home of a drug gang, Frank becomes a hero and is thrust into the spotlight.
Reluctantly, he agrees to investigate the disappearance of another girl – possibly connected to the first – all the time knowing that the heightened scrutiny may bring his own secrets to light…
The Second Girl is a raw, real and incredibly gripping thriller from a former DC Major Crimes detective. You won’t regret meeting Frank Marr…but his enemies will.
MY REVIEW
Frank Marr a former policeman, now is a PI. Frank hides the fact that he is a high-functioning drug addict. Frank had been sitting on the run-down two-story row house on Kenyon Street on and off for eight days. That’s the longest he had to surveillance a location. Five Salvadoran boys were living in the house. When Frank thinks that its is fairly safe he enters their house, where he finds a young girl in the bathroom with duct tape and her hands cuffed, secured to a chain. Frank doesn’t quite know where to take her and decided to take the young girl to his lady friend who is a lawyer. Once you start reading The Second Girl, you will be drawn into Frank’s world. 

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