Tuesday, June 14, 2011

The Watchman by Robert Crais is Today's Featured Free Nook Book Mystery

MystereBooks: Mystery, Suspense, and Thriller eBooks

MystereBooks is pleased to feature a mystery title that is currently available as a Nook Book for free from Barnes&Noble. We don't know how long it will be offered at this special price (typically only until a certain number of downloads have been completed), so download it today!

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The Watchman by Robert Crais
More Information About The Watchman by Robert Crais

The Watchman by Robert Crais
A Joe Pike Mystery (1st in series)
Simon & Schuster (Nook Book)
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About The Watchman (from the publisher): When the U. S. Marshals and the finest private security firm that money can buy can't protect Larkin Conner Barkley from the men who want her dead, her wealthy family hires the one man money can't buy to protect their daughter - Joe Pike. Joe owes a bad man a favor, and the favor is to protect Larkin, a spoiled, self-centered, rich girl who happens to be a federal witness in a case the feds are putting together to bust a crime cartel linking organized mobsters and West Coast industrialists. And when Pike learns that the man he'll be working for is one of his oldest and most trusted friends - his former LAPD training officer, Bud Flynn - Pike signs on and commits himself to protecting the girl's life.

But Pike and the girl immediately come under intense fire, and Pike realizes that someone is leaking information that could get them both killed. Turning to his friend Elvis Cole for help, Pike's investigation soon reveals a web of lies and deceptions, half-truths and betrayals, and the stunning revelation that even the cops are not who they seem.

Mysterious Reviews: Mysteries Reviewed by the Hidden Staircase Mystery BooksRead our Review of The Watchman by Robert Crais at Mysterious Reviews.


  1. We downloaded this Nook Book but couldn't open it. We're not sure if this is a glitch on the part of B&N or if it really isn't a valid free ebook. We're checking another source.

  2. Apparently this is a bad link for the free B&N download. Our other source confirmed the problem and -- something we should have done prior to posting this -- there are a number of comments saying that the ebook cannot be read. We're very sorry for the inconvenience. We'd delete this post but Blogger doesn't take too kindly to that, so we've removed all relevant links from it.



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