Readers Get a Wild Ride in “Backseat to Justice”

Fasten your seatbelt when you pick up Backseat to Justice, by Tim Baker. When a simple surveillance of a cheating husband turns into a murder investigation for private investigator Steve Salem, readers are faced with more twists and turns than a roller coaster ride. As Salem follows the leads, he rattles more than a few cages and finds himself being chased as well as chasing suspects. It’s hard to tell the good guys from the bad guys as Salem finds the clues leading to some surprising conclusion. There’s more to the story than meets the eye, for just when it seems that the murder is solved, his client is kidnapped. The fun has just begun for Salem and his friends, who set up a sting operation to catch the bad guy. Murders, kidnapping, money laundering, and even dog fights will not go unpunished when Steve Salem is dishing out a Backseat to Justice. Readers will be well entertained by this fast moving story. 50% of all profits from this book will be donated to the non-profit organization, “Golden Hugs Rescue, Inc.”, by author Tim Baker, to help find loving homes for orphaned Golden Retrievers.

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2 Comments on “Readers Get a Wild Ride in “Backseat to Justice””

  1. […] scheme drags unsuspecting characters into the mix to combine forces and outwit the bad guys; and Backseat to Justice, where an effort to find a murderer leads to a web of intrigue that is full of surprises. In fact, […]

  2. […] you he writes a well crafted story. His publishing credits include Living the Dream, Water Hazard, Backseat to Justice, No Good Deed, Unfinished Business, Eyewitness Blues, Pump It Up, Full Circle, Dying Days, with […]


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