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The Third Degree

The Eddie Malloy Series Book 5
Narrated by: Nicholas Camm
Series: Eddie Malloy, Book 5
Length: 6 hrs and 55 mins
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Summary

A crazy technology genius from Boston is hammering the English bookies by manipulating race results. This American Robin Hood secretly pays the innocent people who lose out through his scheme. His big mistake is to scam Eddie Malloy.

Eddie's already in trouble. Trainer Matt Nash and racehorse owner, the beautiful young heiress, Rebecca Bow, have got involved with the Triads and need Eddie's help and protection.

While Eddie is trying to track down the American, and keep his friends safe from the violent Chinese gangsters, a 12 year-old boy on a pony is searching the snowbound English Lake District for his father.

The result of that search is to have a devastating effect on Eddie's life.

From smoky London Casinos, and the country racetracks of England, to a New York's Wall Street, Eddie works to unravel multiple mysteries and to finally find love.

©2015 Joseph McNally & Richard Pitman (P)2015 Joseph McNally & Nick Camm

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Excellent novel

The super 5th installment of Eddy Malloy, well narrated & kept me enthralled from beginning to end. In to no. 6

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Best yet!

Eddy seems so much more human in this book. Really enjoyed it and the plot had enough twists but was still plausible. Looking forward to six. Well read Mr Camm, as always.