Counting Room

Counting Room

by Chris Culver

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Overview

The victim was an investigative journalist working the biggest story of his career.
He found something that shook him to his core.
What secret did he take to his grave?

Detective Gabriel Ward is a former Army intelligence officer with degrees in computer science and physics. As his department's computer crimes expert, he uses computer forensics to solve crimes as much as his street sense. But when he's called to identify the remains of his brother-in-law at a crime scene, none of his formidable technical abilities matter

Gabe's orders are simple: assist the case where appropriate and stay away otherwise. He tries to do just that. But then, his sister and her family are attacked. Witnesses start dying.

Somewhere, Gabe is being set up as the fall guy for murders he didn't commit.

As he digs into his brother-in-law's life, he starts connecting dots in a conspiracy far vaster and more dangerous than he could have imagined.

Violent men attacked people Gabe loves. That's not something he can forgive. With his family threatened, Gabe is forced to question everything he believes about himself and his job. To protect his loved ones and unravel the treacherous web surrounding him, this detective will hang up his badge and step into a dark world he left behind years ago. He'll hunt the men who hunt him. But will he find them before they strike again?

Counting Room is the first thrilling Gabe Ward novel. If you're a Vince Flynn fan, you'll love New York Times' bestselling author Chris Culver's newest series. Buy Counting Room today!

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158823077
Publisher: Chris Culver
Publication date: 09/24/2017
Series: Gabe Ward , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 103,823
File size: 725 KB

About the Author

Chris Culver is the New York Times bestselling author of the Ash Rashid series of mysteries. After graduate school, Chris taught courses in ethics and comparative religion at a small liberal arts university in southern Arkansas. While there and when he really should have been grading exams, he wrote The Abbey, which spent sixteen weeks on the New York Times bestseller's list and introduced the world to Detective Ash Rashid.

Chris has been a storyteller since he was a kid, but he decided to write crime fiction after picking up a dog-eared,coffee-stained paperback copy of Mickey Spillane's I, the Jury in a library book sale. Many years later, his wife, despite considerable, still can't stop him from bringing more orphan books home. The two of them, along with a labrador retriever named Roy, reside near St.Louis where Chris is hard at work on his next novel.

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