Cajun Justice

Cajun Justice

eBook - 2020
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"The Bayou is a unique place to live and it provides a grit and passion to any who hail from it, including Cain Lemaire, an ex-Secret Service agent from New Orleans. Cain had the dream job he had always wanted, protecting the President, until a single night resulted in a scandal that lost him his post. Needing a new direction for his life and with help from his sister who works in Japan, Cain takes a job in Tokyo as head of security detail for a very successful and important CEO. What he thought was a simple security post unravels a tangled web of corruption, greed, and extortion, but now Cain is on his own and without the wealth of resources he had with the Secret Service. Years of training and international missions kick in as he races to find justice that only way a born and raised Cajun can do."--Provided by publisher.
Publisher: New York :, Grand Central Publishing,, 2020
Edition: First edition
Description: 1 online resource (414 pages)
ISBN: 9781538752388
1538752387
9781538752357
1538752352
Additional Contributors: Axum, Tucker,

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Braycee
Jan 09, 2021

This was the worst James Patterson book that I have read. The protagonist could only thing of Beinyets from New Orleans. I love real Cajun cooking but this part of the story was such a distraction. Mr. La Mer got fired from his Secret Service job which appeared to be an injustice. His prejudices overwhelmed the book and by the time of the conclusion all he could do was flee Japan. This book would be a terrible movie. I have worked as a Federal Officer in Japan and I got along with the Japanese and got results. When I left Japan it was with real sadness. The plot was so weak. I hope that there is not going to be a sequel. Do not buy this book. James Patterson's book's are one's I usually devour, but this one made me want to throw up.

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lyndasclater
Dec 21, 2020

Not as riveting as some of his books!

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whipper
Nov 18, 2020

Read this book in two days. One of the best Patterson books I've seen yet. Starts a little like others, but quickly gets exciting. Learned something about another culture as well.

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TheManRetired
Nov 05, 2020

ON Hold

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weezie1
Oct 19, 2020

Gib enjoyed this book and returned it Oct 19 2020

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abc42
Oct 03, 2020

good read recamend it parden spelling learning computor

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USAF1969
Oct 01, 2020

I believe CAJUN JUSTICE is a 1st time collaboration between Patterson and Tucker Axum. The storyline was interesting and certainly ran through a lot of markedly different locations. The main character, Cain LeMaire, was a bit over-emotional for a Secret Service Agent (soon to be dismissed, but not for that), then again when he went home to the bayou, and once again when he was in Japan. Despite his emotional ups and downs, it was a fun read with a lot interesting twists and turns.

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bigfeet
Sep 13, 2020

The style felt a little different in this one, but it was still a twisty, fun and fast reading fix.

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0007548100dmw
Aug 18, 2020

I am not a huge James Patterson fan but. a friend gave me this book. A very good, quick read, Nice plot, good character development and a satisfying read.

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Catlady10
Aug 05, 2020

Not a favorite from Patterson. Style and dialogue is different. I struggled thru some of the chapters. Would not recommend. Patterson has so many other books with sharp and entertaining dialogue.

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