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by Thomas Locke

  • ISBN: 0786235799
  • Category: Thriller & Mystery
  • Author: Thomas Locke
  • Subcategory: Thrillers & Suspense
  • Other formats: docx lrf azw lit
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Thorndike Pr (December 1, 2001)
  • Pages: 407 pages
  • FB2 size: 1767 kb
  • EPUB size: 1693 kb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 920
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Book 2 in the Thomas Locke Mystery series. Sylvan Rochelle, president and chief executive of the Omega Development Corporation, smoothed an imaginary crease from his gabardine trousers.

Book 2 in the Thomas Locke Mystery series. A mystery-thriller that thrusts readers into the gritty underworld of drugs, gambling, and money-laundering. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Publisher: Baker Publishing GroupReleased: Jun 1, 1995ISBN: 9781441270665Format: book. He spoke a cultured, slightly accented English. I confess that my business interests have kept me somewhat occupied at the other end of your lovely state, Governor.

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Thomas Locke (June 16, 1824 – January 27, 1884) was a farmer and political figure. He represented Stanstead in the Legislative Assembly of Quebec from 1867 to 1875 as a Conservative. He was born in Barnston, Lower Canada, the son of Levi Locke and Sally Clement, both natives of New Hampshire. Locke was a captain in the militia and was mayor of Barnston in 1864 and 1865. He also served as school commissioner and justice of the peace. In 1846, he married Lydia E. Howard

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The Omega Network (Thomas Locke Mystery Book Whether his books come out under Bunn or Locke, I have them all, have read most all of them, only have a dozen or so of the Bunn novels I have not read yet. Have yet to find one that did not hold my interest.

The Omega Network (Thomas Locke Mystery Book Thomas Locke. Whether his books come out under Bunn or Locke, I have them all, have read most all of them, only have a dozen or so of the Bunn novels I have not read yet.

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Title: Omega Network, The - eBook By: Thomas Locke Format: DRM Protected ePub Vendor: Bethany . Book 2 in the Thomas Locke Mystery series

Title: Omega Network, The - eBook By: Thomas Locke Format: DRM Protected ePub Vendor: Bethany House Publication Date: 1995. ISBN: 9781441270665 ISBN-13: 9781441270665 Series: Thomas Locke Mystery Stock No: WW32555EB. Publisher's Description. ▲. Book 2 in the Thomas Locke Mystery series.

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Reviews about The Omega Network (4):
Cerekelv
This was a thriller from start to finish, typical of all of Bunn's novels. A great read hard to put down! T
Rexfire
When's the last time you read a good clean mystery? Unfortunately most mystery writers are a little short on the "good" side, or else short on the "clean" side. In "The Omega Network", Thomas Locke excels on both points. Chase Bennett works for the chamber of commerce in a Florida town, but as a result of his connections he soon finds himself uncovering a major criminal network, with money supplied by narcotics being used to corrupt politicians and force the establishment of a mega casino. The big boys behind the bad business are prepared to go to any lengths to make sure their ambitions to bring gambling to Florida succeed. But as Chase discovers, behind the big money of the casinos are bad people. Soon Chase finds his own life threatened because of the corruption and connections he has discovered. The ending is somewhat weak, and Locke doesn't capitalize on the suspense that he has built up. But that aside, it's a good mystery story, liberally sprinkled with a tinge of romance.
Not only is it good, it's also clean. The language is decent, and the main characters are church going people who strive to live decent lives not marred by adultery or violence. Locke is himself a Christian, and he brings across a subtle Christian message without being superficial or preachy. There are no artificial conversion stories, but just the ordinary struggles of believers living in a corrupt world. The focus of the corruption that Locke exposes is the evil of legalized gambling. In the process of reading this mystery, you'll be confronted with some shockingly accurate facts about gambling, the corruption it creates, and the destruction it causes in the lives and communities of "ordinary" gamblers. Locke shows convincingly that because legalized gambling is a great money-spinner for the government, the authorities often turn a blind eye to the moral and social destruction it inevitably results in. Not only is "The Omega Network" a great read, but this good clean mystery will leave you with a new perspective on gambling. You won't be gambling by reading this book, because it's a guaranteed winner.
Saberblade
This is a remarkably appealing book. I bought it in mid-nineties and have read it every three or four years since then. It is a great depiction of Florida and the battle for the State to retain its soul and integrity in the face of rapid growth and drug running. The characters and the dialog are delightful. Yes, it is a bit over simplified, but this book has a lot of heart and will leave you wishing you had moved to a small town in Florida when you where small like Chase Bennett, the main character. I think one reason it is so satisfying is its portrayal of the costs and rewards of long term commitment in friendships and relationships. A really refreshing read.
Mave
This is an excellent book. I'm not sure I would call it a mystery. I would more properly classify it as an adventure. You as the reader are totally aware of what is going on except for a few sub plots. The ending was a little weak as some fantastic rug pulling is done and the reader is not informed as to what it is.

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