A Blind Eye, by George Fong

Jack Paris, George Fong, Blind Eye, Winter, FBI, Yosemite, Thriller
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ISBN: 978-1-60381-795-0
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A Blind Eye, by George Fong

Sometimes the best person to talk to isn’t the one that’s living.

It has been over a year since his wife had passed. FBI Special Agent Jack Paris lived a complex life with one foot in the world of violence and the other in place of normalcy. Now she’s gone and Paris seeks a way to continue his connection with her, even without her physical presence.

It’s a fierce winter in Yosemite and it’s not uncommon people end up dead. Hikers fall, cars take a wrong turn.

But this was not an accident. The body of a young girl is found in a small patch of frozen grass. Cut and filthy, it’s obvious she was left for law enforcement to find. A small note left under her tells it all: Catch Me.

Paris fights his own demons in his relentless drive to uncover the secrets within this tight-lipped community. He needs to focus his resources on stopping a killer and at the same time, find the missing tourists. But time is the critical variable. Whether by accident or malicious intent, Agent Pairs knows, if the winter cold doesn’t kill them, humans will.

A Blind Eye is the third book in the Jack Paris Thriller series.

Over thirty years ago, George Fong graduated from College with a degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting.  Armed with the knowledge of bookkeeping, he became a Special Agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigations. But at the end of a major homicide case he knew he needed to find a way back to being human.  He started writing and met other writers and published authors, some of the nicest people you could ever meet that like to kill. Or at least write about it.

After 27 years with the FBI, he’s retired and currently works as the Director of Security for ESPN, the World Wide Leader in Sports.


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