George Fong - Fragmented

Sunday, April 6, 2014 - 1:00pm

Special Agent Jack Paris doesn’t know why Alvin Cooper killed his own family five years ago. He just knows he did it. After being convicted of the murders and serving five years in prison, Cooper escapes. The next day, a bank manager reports to the Chico Police Department his wife was killed and their 17 year old daughter is missing. Agent Paris is called to investigate, gathering evidence from the crime scene at the bank manager’s home. Suddenly, past memories of the Cooper investigation surfaces, making Paris realize the two events may be connected. He fears his escaped murderer is back to killing.

He sifts through evidence from one crime scene to the next as the hunt for the missing girl quickens. He has to find her, and it must be soon. It’s the hottest summer on record and Paris is told his victim is a diabetic. Without her medication, she won't survive the heat. Finding the girl is priority, but Paris also is trying to understand why Cooper's back killing and what really happened five years earlier.

Fragmented ($17.55) is the first novel by former FBI agent, George Fong.

George Fong spent twenty-seven years as a special agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, investigating all facets of violent crimes, including kidnapping, extortion, serial killings, crimes against children, bank robbery, drug trafficking, fugitives, and Asian gangs. He was a member of the FBI's Evidence Response Team and a certified undercover agent. He is now the Director of Security for the world-wide sports television network, ESPN.  


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ISBN: 9780615965482
Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 Days
Published: Out of the Gutter - February 4th, 2014

FBI Special Agent Jack Paris didn't know why Alvin Cooper killed his own family five years ago. He just knew the man was guilty. When Cooper escapes a minimum-security prison and a young girl goes missing, he quickly becomes the chief suspect, and Agent Paris is back on the manhunt to capture a murderer before it's too late.