Goodbye Summer Blues

Goodbye Summer Blues

The main characters:

steve Jackson- private detective
Doctor summers
Sergeant Todd

Short summary:

Steve Jackson was a private detective in Los Angeles. In this summer he didn't have much work.

One morning a woman came into his office, she looked for her brother and she wanted that Jackson looked for Mark Spate. Ann gave him a photo of Mark and his home address.

First Steve asked for Mark at his work, at Metro Rent-A-Car. The boss said that he didn't know any mark.

Steve drove to Mark's apartment, he found a piece of paper where there was written some place. Steve had known that Mark was in Texas.

But in Mark's apartment was somebody else ...

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him from the car, But Ann came and saved his life!

At the and of the story Steve found that dr. summers smuggling diamonds with the rent-a-car company all the way from Mexico to L.A.

Then Ann told Steve that her name is Jean, and he work for the U.S Customs Service with Mark.

My opinion of the book:

I loved the book very much. Its interesting book and he don’t let you stop reading him for a moment.

I think that the pictures help to understand the story, and they also very beautiful.

I enjoy reading the ...

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Added: 5/23/2017 08:31:06 AM
Submitted By: tamiri
Category: Book Reports
Type: Free Paper
Words: 318
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