The Caribbean Caper (When Raja Met Vinny)

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NEW RELEASE

Tipping Point

Death by poison dart. Forest fires. Government greed.
Murder is never simple.

When an environmental scientist studying indigenous tribes in the Amazon rainforest is murdered, Raja and Vinny are called to Brazil to find out why. Solving the murder takes them deep into an amazing world where nothing is small. Not the towering trees, the millions of species, or the human greed that threatens it all.

In a place where illegal soya farmers, wildcat loggers, and human traffickers run rampant, and wildfires burn the evidence, the question still remains. Who killed David Winters?

WHAT READERS ARE SAYING

“What a fantastic book to read, takes you away from everyday reality at the moment.
The author has a real flair for creativity and his ability to write books that keep you so interested that you don’t want to put it down.”

“Another amazing Raja Williams book. Each one is a masterpiece…Try one and you’ll be hooked forever and ever.”

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WHAT READERS ARE SAYING ABOUT RAJA WILLIAMS NOVELS

“Hat’s off to Jack Thompson for a great thriller that was good, clean fun.”

“Best detective since Sherlock Holmes!”

“I love Raja Williams. He is a brilliant private investigator with an amazing heart.”


 

About the Author

Jack ThompsonJack Thompson is an international bestselling author finding voices in many genres. In addition to his popular Raja Williams mystery thriller series, he writes science fiction, political thrillers, paranormal romance, children’s stories and fairy tales.

According to Jack, whether reading or writing, what makes a story great is how well it communicates to the reader. Whether presenting him with a hero he wishes he could be or a villain he chooses to hate, the characters must relate to the reader on a personal level. A reader will leave a good story in an improved condition. He may have learned something new about the world or himself, or simply been well entertained. That’s why Jack writes.