Jack Taggart Mysteries 7-Book Bundle: Corporate Asset / Birds of a Feather / Dead Ends / and more

Kobo ebook | September 15, 2013

byDon Easton

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Now available in one bundle for the first time, the first seven books of the Jack Taggart Mystery series are gathered together, including the latest mystery, Corporate Asset.

"Ripped from the headlines ... Easton, an ex-Mountie, knows his police work." - Globe and Mail

"One of the best hard-nosed series in Canada." - Hamilton Spectator

"Swift action, sudden violence and compassion told in a style that keeps you turning the pages. Easton is a writer at the top of his game." - Hamilton Spectator

"Filled with moments of sheer terror that will keep the readers turning pages faster and faster as it builds." - Bookgasm.com

Corporate Asset - Jack Taggart Mystery #7 (NEW!)
Undercover operative Taggart descends into a world of white-collar crime and murder. Setting himself up as bait to be murdered, Taggart races against time to stop a rapist and catch a serial killer.

Birds of a Feather - Jack Taggart Mystery #6
Taggart discovers a Canadian link to a Mexican drug cartel and penetrates the organization. Taggart is sent to El Paso, where he is partnered with U.S. Customs agent Adams. What neither Taggart nor Adams know is they've been paired for a secret purpose.

Includes 5 more Jack Taggart titles:
Dead Ends - Jack Taggart Mystery #5
Samurai Code - Jack Taggart Mystery #4
Angel in the Full Moon - Jack Taggart Mystery #3
Above Ground - Jack Taggart Mystery #2
Loose Ends - Jack Taggart Mystery #1

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Now available in one bundle for the first time, the first seven books of the Jack Taggart Mystery series are gathered together, including the latest mystery, Corporate Asset. "Ripped from the headlines ... Easton, an ex-Mountie, knows his police work." - Globe and Mail "One of the best hard-nosed series in Canada." - Hamilton Spectat...

Format:Kobo ebookPublished:September 15, 2013Publisher:DundurnLanguage:English

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from another group of good reads I loved this book it was a great read and hard to put down. There are a few places i was even holding my breath as i turned the pages. I bought a few books for my husband and now i own the whole series and love the ride. He is right up there with Clive Cussler and James Rollins. Often the only time i put the books down are to eat and sleep - work?? yeah i guess so. :)Can't wait for the next story they are all page turners.
Date published: 2015-08-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from what a story I loved this book it was a great read and hard to put down. There are a few places i was even holding my breath as i turned the pages. I bought a few books for my husband and now i own the whole series and love the ride. He is right up there with Clive Cussler and James Rollins. Often the only time i put the books down are to eat and sleep - work?? yeah i guess so. :)Can't wait for the next story they are all page turners.
Date published: 2015-08-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Another all-nighter! You'd best get comfortable because you'll not want to put this book down, even to the last page you will be wanting more. Sadly, it reflects a side of our society which is ugly, nevertheless, a side of society that exists. I especially like that some of the 'bad guys' are punished for their actions. Another great read.
Date published: 2014-09-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I thoroughly enjoyed reading these books they were very entertaining and well worth the price.
Date published: 2014-01-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Believable Crime Drama - Great Read! Jack Taggart is cop who defines the law as having two sets of rules – one for the bad guys and one for the good guys. The law can be bent, broken, even blasted apart by the good guys as long as it serves a greater, honorable purpose. For the bad guys, if you choose to break the rules you’d better realized that the consequences may be considerably harsher than those written down in the law books. In Angel in the Full Moon, Don Easton exposes the ruthless, violent and disgusting underbelly of prostitution, child prostitution and human trafficking. Jack Taggart uses methods that shock the reader in his pursuit of the leaders of the criminal organization that exploits unwitting, desperate, illegal immigrants. His hatred of these predators reveals a dark motivation that exposes what drives Taggart in his beyond the rule of law, but clearly defined personal interpretation of justice. Angel in the Full Moon is a gritty portrayal of the dark side of our society. Its realism is a truism – an accounting by personal exposure from a man who lived in a shadow world of policing, one that few cops know, let alone the average citizen. As a former police homicide detective, I know the vagaries of the human psyche, the poor streets where forgotten souls converge, and the machinations of police procedure and politics. Don Easton has captured all of these in a riveting story that takes moral depravity to a new level. I assume that Taggart’s excesses in his pursuit of justice are simply an expression of artistic licence by Mr. Easton. Or are they? Angel in the Full Moon is a great read!
Date published: 2013-06-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Brutally Honest & Raw Finally someone tells it like it is - brutally honest and raw. Angel in The Full Moon was my quickest read ever, it left me with a racing heart & shortness of breath. Don Easton writes of the rage his family dysfunction has caused him. The Author's note in the epilogue is empowering.
Date published: 2012-09-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amaizing Don Easton done it again, I was up all night could not put the book down, this book made me think about my life when I was married, I had a monster as a husband. I was beat up, rapped by him but I was scared to do anything about it, until 16 years ago, my sister called me to ask me to go over her house she needed to talk to me , she said Conny I don't know how to tell you this but you need to know, she told me that my husband molested my niece, her daughter, well I came home, I could not be in the same room with him. I left him, I went to a friends house and the first thing I did was pick up the phone and called the police to report my husband for what he did. His family hates me for that but I don't care I am proud of myself, I know I did the right thing. ANGEL IN THE FULL MOON IS A GREAT BOOK...Conny from victoria
Date published: 2011-09-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Like every mystery... start from square one!!! Angel in the Full Moon is the third in a wonderfully suspenseful series written by Don Easton, and I mean wonderfully suspenseful in the most riveting way!! For those reading this review... read Loose Ends and Above Ground first. Totally worth picking up all three for a weekend read because you won't stop after the first one!! From start to finish, Easton has a style of writing that makes his characters, Jack and Laura, alive, credible and just a little frightening for heroes - keeping you on the hook the whole way through. You will truly understand and appreciate the intriguing, rebellious Jack and you will share the crooked smile of his as he "blurs the blue line" of his actions. As a 'member' in a drug section, I LOVE how Easton has pushed the envelope for justice!! Thanks Don... Can't wait for the next book!!! You are far from "NFAR. CH."!!!!
Date published: 2008-07-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Jack Taggart does it again I loved this book it was a great read and hard to put down. There are a few places i was even holding my breath as i turned the pages. I bought a few books for my husband and now i own the whole series and love the ride. He is right up there with Clive Cussler and James Rollins. Often the only time i put the books down are to eat and sleep - work?? yeah i guess so. :)Can't wait for the next story they are all page turners.
Date published: 2015-08-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great story I loved this book it was a great read and hard to put down. There are a few places i was even holding my breath as i turned the pages. I bought a few books for my husband and now i own the whole series and love the ride. He is right up there with Clive Cussler and James Rollins. Often the only time i put the books down are to eat and sleep - work?? yeah i guess so. :)Can't wait for the next story they are all page turners.
Date published: 2015-08-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from what a book !!! I loved this book it was a great read and hard to put down. There are a few places i was even holding my breath as i turned the pages. I bought a few books for my husband and now i own the whole series and love the ride. He is right up there with Clive Cussler and James Rollins. Often the only time i put the books down are to eat and sleep - work?? yeah i guess so. :)Can't wait for the next story they are all page turners.
Date published: 2015-08-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great story I loved this book it was a great read and hard to put down. There are a few places i was even holding my breath as i turned the pages. I bought a few books for my husband and now i own the whole series and love the ride. He is right up there with Clive Cussler and James Rollins. Often the only time i put the books down are to eat and sleep - work?? yeah i guess so. :)Can't wait for the next story they are all page turners.
Date published: 2015-08-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great book!! My Mom has read a couple of your books, I am not much of a reader, but I could not put this book down. Wow... On to the next!!!
Date published: 2014-10-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Another all-nighter! You'd best get comfortable because you'll not want to put this book down, even to the last page you will be wanting more. Sadly, it reflects a side of our society which is ugly, nevertheless, a side of society that exists. I especially like that some of the 'bad guys' are punished for their actions. Another great read.
Date published: 2014-09-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Thrilling Books! This is a great book, hard to put it down once you start reading it. Never a dull moment. Makes you want to read all Don Easton's books. I have now read the first four. Easton is such a good writer, his stories flow well and you want to read more. Thrilling Series, shocking too, shows a part of society we all know exists yet hope can be stopped!
Date published: 2014-09-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best of the best! I have read all of Don Eastons novels and like the rest I had a difficult time pulling away to do my daily duties. Birds of a feather was exciting and made me feel all emotions I felt I couldn't read fast enough. Once again Great work Don!
Date published: 2014-04-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I thoroughly enjoyed reading these books they were very entertaining and well worth the price.
Date published: 2014-01-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Believable Crime Drama - Great Read! Jack Taggart is cop who defines the law as having two sets of rules – one for the bad guys and one for the good guys. The law can be bent, broken, even blasted apart by the good guys as long as it serves a greater, honorable purpose. For the bad guys, if you choose to break the rules you’d better realized that the consequences may be considerably harsher than those written down in the law books. In Angel in the Full Moon, Don Easton exposes the ruthless, violent and disgusting underbelly of prostitution, child prostitution and human trafficking. Jack Taggart uses methods that shock the reader in his pursuit of the leaders of the criminal organization that exploits unwitting, desperate, illegal immigrants. His hatred of these predators reveals a dark motivation that exposes what drives Taggart in his beyond the rule of law, but clearly defined personal interpretation of justice. Angel in the Full Moon is a gritty portrayal of the dark side of our society. Its realism is a truism – an accounting by personal exposure from a man who lived in a shadow world of policing, one that few cops know, let alone the average citizen. As a former police homicide detective, I know the vagaries of the human psyche, the poor streets where forgotten souls converge, and the machinations of police procedure and politics. Don Easton has captured all of these in a riveting story that takes moral depravity to a new level. I assume that Taggart’s excesses in his pursuit of justice are simply an expression of artistic licence by Mr. Easton. Or are they? Angel in the Full Moon is a great read!
Date published: 2013-06-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Book This was a great book. Danny a young RCMP (Royal Canadian Mounted Police) officer is transferred to Vancouver and is partnered with Jack Taggart who lives kind of by his own rules. Taggarts niece and nephew are brutally murder and this sends him off on a hunt for the murderers. He gets involved with bikers and is trying to find the mole within the department. He and Danny are ambushed and live to tell about it. It has a good ending as well. Will not tell more as that will spoil the read.
Date published: 2013-01-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Brutally Honest & Raw Finally someone tells it like it is - brutally honest and raw. Angel in The Full Moon was my quickest read ever, it left me with a racing heart & shortness of breath. Don Easton writes of the rage his family dysfunction has caused him. The Author's note in the epilogue is empowering.
Date published: 2012-09-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amaizing Don Easton done it again, I was up all night could not put the book down, this book made me think about my life when I was married, I had a monster as a husband. I was beat up, rapped by him but I was scared to do anything about it, until 16 years ago, my sister called me to ask me to go over her house she needed to talk to me , she said Conny I don't know how to tell you this but you need to know, she told me that my husband molested my niece, her daughter, well I came home, I could not be in the same room with him. I left him, I went to a friends house and the first thing I did was pick up the phone and called the police to report my husband for what he did. His family hates me for that but I don't care I am proud of myself, I know I did the right thing. ANGEL IN THE FULL MOON IS A GREAT BOOK...Conny from victoria
Date published: 2011-09-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Like every mystery... start from square one!!! Angel in the Full Moon is the third in a wonderfully suspenseful series written by Don Easton, and I mean wonderfully suspenseful in the most riveting way!! For those reading this review... read Loose Ends and Above Ground first. Totally worth picking up all three for a weekend read because you won't stop after the first one!! From start to finish, Easton has a style of writing that makes his characters, Jack and Laura, alive, credible and just a little frightening for heroes - keeping you on the hook the whole way through. You will truly understand and appreciate the intriguing, rebellious Jack and you will share the crooked smile of his as he "blurs the blue line" of his actions. As a 'member' in a drug section, I LOVE how Easton has pushed the envelope for justice!! Thanks Don... Can't wait for the next book!!! You are far from "NFAR. CH."!!!!
Date published: 2008-07-04