J.P. Hall

  • Big Boy Pond by J.P. Hall

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    Solomon Black, an executive at Brougham Enterprises and his beautiful wife, Milan, are caught up in a maze of corruption, lust and murder when Solomon is sent to the beautiful exotic city of San Juan, Puerto Rico. There they discover that the owners of Brougham Enterprises, Nathan and Jerome Brougham, are not just real estate brokers, but are involved in international drug smuggling. Solomon’s discovery of the brother’s drug dealings is just the tip of the iceberg of the brother’s criminal activities.

    In San Juan, Solomon and Milan meet Diego, an international businessman, whose dealings with conflict diamonds brings Milan’s complicated family background to light. After the Brougham brothers frame Solomon for embezzlement he must fight for his freedom and use all of his knowledge to save himself and Milan from the sharks that swim in The Big Boy Pond.

    The fast paced twisting plot of this book takes the reader on an international journey through the dark sides of human nature where no one knows what really swims deep in The Big Boy Pond…