Raja Williams Mystery Thriller Books 10-12


This set includes Books 10, 11 and 12 in the 12-volume Raja Williams Mystery Thriller series.

Private investigator Raja Williams and his partner Vinny Moore travel to South Africa, Hawaii and Brazil. Three thrilling rides that pit Raja and Vinny against a rising tide of evil. The brutal murder of innocents, territorial surf gangs and death by poison dart. Murder is never simple.

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Colors That Bleed:

“South Africa meets Raja Williams . . . takes you into the dark side and good conquering evil does prevail even when it seems impossible. Real modern day issues at play in these books with more than average characters. Best book I’ve read in ages!” Amazon Reader

The slaughter of an Afrikaner farm family takes P.I. Raja Williams and his partner Vinny Moore to South Africa. In a place where black and white starts or ends most arguments, the tensions rise when three black teens go on trial for a crime they didn’t commit. Getting the boys justice is only the beginning. Even in a land defined by race, things are not always black and white.

Murder in Paradise:

A racist murder. Territorial surf gangs. A drug lord peddling death.

When a white girl is found dead on the beach with a racial slur scrawled on her back, private investigator Raja Williams and his partner, Vinny Moore, land in Hawaii to help the young Native Hawaiian accused of her brutal murder. Raja takes on a vicious drug lord named King Kapule and Vinny goes undercover with a violent surf gang. They must find the real killer before an innocent boy goes away for good.

“Classic Raja Williams P.I. Thriller . . . I don’t do spoilers, though I was wrong a few times about who the criminals were. Read it!”

Tipping Point:

Death by poison dart. Forest fires. Government greed.

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?

“Colorful, entertaining and educational . . . The detail that Jack provides in this and all of his books is incredible. The story moves well and keeps you wanting more. I learned a lot about the Amazon and the role it plays in our world.”

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