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The Procession

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484 pages7 hours

Summary

FBI Agent Johnny Harrison is back, tracking a coldblooded killer through the Louisiana bayou in a thriller that will “keep your nose glued to the page” (The Literary Review).
 
Maxwell Carter, a criminal justice fingerprint analyst in West Virginia, has a lucrative racket going. When he finds a positive match for an old crime, he conveniently ignores it in return for a modest retainer from the alleged perp. But his latest mark isn’t keen on being blackmailed. When FBI Agent Johnny Harrison finds Carter’s body, bound and sliced in cheese wire, it isn’t hard to connect the murder to Carter’s unwilling patsy—a suspected child-killer living in the Louisiana bayou and working in Mississippi.
 
Going undercover on an old trawler, Harrison wades into the sordid fantasy-world of a twisted mind. But what he discovers is even more dangerous: a century-old secret from New Orleans’s troubled history . . . one that has yet to claim its last victim.
 
The Procession marks the return of FBI Agent Johnny Harrison, who teamed up with Scotland Yard’s Jack Swann in The Covenant, Nom de Guerre, and Storm Crow, which Jack Higgins praised as “absolutely marvelous.”

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