Gary Resnikoff : All In A Day's Work

All In A Day's Work

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Suspense, Fiction

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Mystery, Thrillers, Adventure

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Print Length

120,000 words

Publication Date

2018

Language

English

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Bob Jackson, the Consumer Champion, is a hero in Denver. Taking on dishonest contractors and businessmen, he is on a mission to protect unsuspecting consumers. His listeners love him, and shady contractors hate him. His fortune and
fame have grown over the years and are now at dizzying heights.


But things take a downward turn when contractors and business owners Bob has tangled with start to die. The murders—each one more gruesome than the last—are committed by a duo who leave almost no evidence for the police to go on. To further stymie and taunt the police the killers leave notes behind, calling themselves the Revengers. They tell the police and the public that the killings won’t stop until Denver is rid of all sleazy businessmen.


As the victims pile up, Jake Stein, the lead homicide investigator will have to move fast before panic sets in. Driven by the hungry press and a voracious social media, the public begins to turn on Bob. Has he, as the public suspects, gone off the deep end and turned to murder to rid Denver of what he calls “scumbags”?

Editorial Reviews

Kindle reader. Wow, great storyline, great insight, lots of twists and turns. Lots of surprises.I recommend this book highly. Thanks to the author for a great and interesting mystery.


Kindle reader. found it pretty interesting and great reading for a rainy day!I also thought the characters were believable. Makes you think about how we treat our public celebrities.


Amazon customer. Great book! Best I’ve read in a while. I’m glad when you get to the end and it’s worth it.


Amazon customer. I’m not a big crime thriller reader, but this title caught my eye. The novel lived up to my expectations.The
story is plausible and well-paced, the dialogue realistic, and the
crime details are methodically presented. The reader feels like he has
been transported to Denver in the 1980’s, and can’t help but become
engaged in the investigation of this urban crime spree.The
character description is so well drawn, that you begin to almost
recognize these personality types as those you might have known in high
school, but all grown up!Kudo’s to this first time author. Hopefully there is more to come.



Smashwords customer. This is a great thriller! One of the best
mystery novels I've had the pleasure to read. It pulls you in
immediately and doesn't disappoint!






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