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Duty Bound (Duty Bound)
Duty Bound - Duty Bound
Author: Leonard B. Scott
ISBN-13: 9780345391896
ISBN-10: 0345391896
Publication Date: 5/27/1998
Pages: 352
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3.5 stars, based on 8 ratings
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Mr. Scott can hold your attention.
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Eli Tanner is everything James Bond is not. But we soon find ourselves friends with this man who struggles to maintain his professionalism in the face of rejection and condemnation by his peers.

In "Duty Bound", Leonard B. Scott follows up "Solemn Duty", the book where he introduced us to Agent Eli Tanner, FBI. As we share his struggle to make a difference, we become more and more impressed by his ability to use his knowledge, his intuition, and his personal skills to overcome the roadblocks set before him, and to solve his case.

Join Eli and his partner Agent Ashley Sutton as they play out their everyday lives and their feelings toward each other, while the case explodes around them. While some of the story follows an expected path, the are unexpected twists and turns to keep the story fresh.