The Fairfax Incident: A Charlie Doherty Thriller by Terrence McCauley

The Fairfax Incident: A Charlie Doherty Thriller by Terrence McCauley

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Series: A Charlie Doherty Thriller, Book 4
Genres: Crime Fiction, Historical Fiction, Thriller, Thriller & Suspense, Thrillers & Suspense
Tag: Thriller
Publisher: Wolfpack Publishing
Publication Year: 2021
ASIN: B09L987VYQ

AWARD-WINNING AUTHOR TERRENCE MCCAULEY TAKES YOU BACK TO A TIME WHEN BOOZE WAS OUTLAWED AND CRIME RAN RAMPANT IN AN AUTHENTIC CRIME THRILLER.

Manhattan – 1933

Charlie Doherty may have been kicked off the force after The Grand Central Massacre, but thanks to a wealthy benefactor, his private detective business is booming. Catering to the city’s wealthy elite, Doherty is making a good living chasing down wayward spouses and runaway socialites when the case of a lifetime lands in his lap. Mrs. Fairfax, a wealthy widow, hires Doherty to prove her husband’s suicide wasn’t actually a suicide. It was murder.

At his benefactor's urging, Doherty takes the case. He expects to pocket a nice chunk of change to prove what everyone already knows: Walter Fairfax walked into his office in the Empire State Building one morning, took a phone call, and shot himself. But Charlie took the widow's money, so he begins to dig.

He quickly finds out there is more to the Fairfax incident than a simple suicide. Before long, he discovers that Mr. Fairfax was leading a double life. In an investigation that quickly involves global implications, Doherty finds himself against not only some of the most powerful people in New York City, but against the most evil men in the world.

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