Book Reviews of A More Perfect Union (J. P. Beaumont, No 6)

A More Perfect Union (J. P. Beaumont, No 6)
A More Perfect Union - J. P. Beaumont, No 6
Author: J. A. Jance
ISBN-13: 9780380754137
ISBN-10: 0380754134
Pages: 352
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 117 ratings
Publisher: Avon
Book Type: Paperback
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Beaumont is working as a technical advisor for a movie company. A corpse floats up at the dock where they are filming. It is not his case but as usual he helps or interfers. Very good story
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J.P. just gets better all the time. Jance did it again. Enjoyed this one very much.
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As always a great read
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The series keeps getting better.
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As usual twists and turns and surprise ending.
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This is a great read with lot's of excitment.
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a good book
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This is the first time I've read a J.A. Jance(J.P Beaumont)mystery and I loved it.
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A shocking photo screamed from the front pages of the tabloids--the last moments of a life captured for all the world to see. The look of sheer terror eternally frozen on the face of the doomed woman indicated that her fatal fall from an upper story of an unfinished Seattle skyscraper was no desperate suicide--and that look will forever haunt Homicide Detective J.P. Beaumont. But his hunt for answers and justice is leading to more death, and to dark and terrible secrets scrupulously guarded by men of steel behind the locked doors of a powerful union that extracts its dues payments in blood.
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a JP Beaumont Mystery
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SEATTLE IS INTERESTING BACKGROUND FOR THIS DETECTIVE STORY, ESPECIALLY TAKING PLACE DURING BUMBERSHOOT FESTIVAL. I LIKE TO LEARN ABOUT THINGS AS I READ.
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It was a final moment grimly preserved for all the world to see: a front page photo of a young woman plunging to her death from the upper stories of an unfinished skyscraper. It might have been a suicide---b ut the look of sheer terror frozen on the womans face suggests otherwise to Seattle Homicide Detective J.P. Beaumont. And the sudden addition of more bodies in the mix is leading him to the headquarters of the ironworkers local, where men of steel guard lethal secrets. Its time to make the union pay its dues---but Beau may need more than a hard hat to preserve his safety.
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It was a final moment grimly preserved for all the world to see: a front-page photo of a young woman plunging to her death from the upper stories of an unfinished skyscraper. It might have been a suicide, but the look, of sheer terror frozen on the woman's face suggest otherwise to Seattle Homicide Detective JP Beaumont. And the sudden addition of more bodies into the mix is leading him to the headquarters of the ironworkers local, where men of steel guard lethal secrets.
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From back of book:

The sixth J.P. Beaumont Mystery..........A less than perfect crime.

The front-page photo was a gruesome heartstopper-a young woman plunging from a skeletal skyscraper, sheer horror frozen on her beautiful face. An accident? Suicide? Detective J.P. Beaumont didn't think so. Especially when the body count started climbing, eventually leading him to the headquarters of the ironworkers' local - and a crew of hardhats with nerves of steel, and some deadly secrets. Beaumont is determined to make the unioin pay its dues...but the union has something else in mind.
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A shocking photo screamed from the front pages of the tabloids -- the last moments of a life captured for all the world to see. The look of sheer terror eternally frozen on the face of the doomed woman indicated that her fatal fall from an upper story of an unfinished Seattle skyscraper was no desperate suicide -- and that look will forever haunt Homicide Detective J.P. Beaumont. But his hunt for answers and justice is leading to more death, and to dark and terrible secrets scrupulously guarded by men of steel behind the locked doors of a powerful union that extracts its dues payments in blood.
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The look of sheer terror frozen on the face of the doomed woman indicated that her fatal fall from an upper story of an upper story of an unfinished Seattle skyscraper was no desperate suicide. It will forever haunt Detective Beaumont. But his hunt for answers and justice is leading to more death and to dark secrets guarded by men of steel behind the locked doors of a powerful union that extracts its dues payment in blood.
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"A shocking photo screamed from the front pages of the tabloidsthe last moments of a life captured for all the world to see. The look of sheer terror eternally frozen on the face of the doomed woman indicated that her fatal fall from an upper story of an unfinished Seattle skyscraper was no desperate suicideand that look will forever haunt Homicide Detective J.P. Beaumont. But his hunt for answers and justice is leading to more death, and to dark and terrible secrets scrupulously guarded by men of steel behind the locked doors of a powerful union that extracts its dues payments in blood."

About the Author "J.A. Jance is the American Mystery Award-winning author of the popular J.P. Beaumont mystery series as well as eight mysteries featuring Joanna Brady. Born in South Dakota and brought up in Bisbee, Arizona, Jance lives with her husband in Seattle, Washington."