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  • Title: Breach Of Duty
  • Author: J.A. Jance
  • ISBN: 9780380974061
  • Page: 365
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Beau has struggled through a hard life of alcoholism and two failed marriages, but now, just maybe, he s pulled things together After his return to Seattle, his new partner, Sue Danielson, bombards him with two cases and a number of leads A 67 year old woman named Agnes Ferman burned to death in her bed After 300,000 was discovered in her garage, the police rightly begBeau has struggled through a hard life of alcoholism and two failed marriages, but now, just maybe, he s pulled things together After his return to Seattle, his new partner, Sue Danielson, bombards him with two cases and a number of leads A 67 year old woman named Agnes Ferman burned to death in her bed After 300,000 was discovered in her garage, the police rightly began to suspect murder At almost the same time, a group of teenagers discovered the long dead body of a Native American man possibly connected to recent hate crime Sue and Beau plunge into both cases while they begin to learn a bit about each other.
    Breach Of Duty Beau has struggled through a hard life of alcoholism and two failed marriages but now just maybe he s pulled things together After his return to Seattle his new partner Sue Danielson bombards hi

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    1. In Breach of Duty, once again, Seattle homicide detective J.P Beaumont finds himself investigating murders without his supervisor s consent.Beaumont is working two unrelated cases the death of a retired woman by suspected arson and a grisly Seward Park case involving role playing gamers acting out games with real human remains At first, it is thought the Agnes Ferman case was another sad statistic of a person falling asleep smoking in bed, but further investigation of the scene reveals traces of [...]

    2. I just really like the JP Beaumont character he s a tough guy but has a gentleman quality ingrained in him by his single mom, his mostly successful struggles thru alcoholism, and of course how he always catches the bad guy One of my favorite aspects, of course, are all the references in and around the Seattle area I can picture just where he is one many of his adventures.I believe this one to be my favorite so far, the plot was good and the mystery kept me guessing.It s an older series but still [...]

    3. I love the series but one thing I m starting to notice is that the characters all have the same type of talk For instance many of JA s characters say at the end of a sentence You see another thing many of her characters say is Six ways to Sunday I m assuming these two sayings are a Seattle thing being that the author lives there and the series is based in Seattle But I don t think it s wise for all of her characters to occasionally say those things when most of the time her characters are from a [...]

    4. Another good book in the Beaumont series This one has a nice touch and a not at all nice touch at the end.

    5. THIS SUMMARY REVIEW WAS COPIED FROM OTHER SOURCES AND IS USED ONLY AS A REMINDER OF WHAT THE BOOK WAS ABOUT FOR MY PERSONAL INTEREST ANY PERSONAL NOTATIONS ARE FOR MY RECOLLECTION ONLY3.5 Didn t care for the shaman s curse partbut the rest made up for it J.P was raised by a single mother who got pregnant at the age of seventeen J.P s grandfather, who was immersed in a religion that didn t tolerate pregnancy before marriage, threw his daughter out of the house and forbade his wife to have any con [...]

    6. Seattle Homicide Detective JP Beaumont and his partner, Sue Danielson, are assigned the case of an elderly woman who had been burned to death At first what appeared to be someone falling asleep in bed with a lit cigarette turns out to be a homicide when it s discovered that an accelerant was poured over the woman For Beaumont that takes a back seat to the second case they had been assigned That of several young men found in a park using the long bones of some body as hockey sticks and possible t [...]

    7. JP Beaumont finally found the last strawAfter reviewing the descriptions of this series I realized I had missed this one Now I know why Beaumont has felt such a burden Now I also know how his AA sponsor met Beaumont s grandmother and how he was invited to join the SHI.squad.Hated seeing Det Daniels career family have such a rough end

    8. Whenever I am between degital downloads, JA Jance usually comes to the rescue I am a fan especially of Joanna and Ali but have not been a Beaumont fan until now this one got me view spoiler I hated that Sue was killed hide spoiler Did notice some time date issues and had to remind myself that this was written in 1999 The twists and turns kept me interested.

    9. Native American shamans living on the Olympic Peninsula added a fascinating and central plot line to this Seattle based thriller of a police procedural So many plot lines, though, the little boys who were brave beyond their years, the policewoman who tried to make everything work and our own J P Beaumont view spoiler I teared up at the end Good bye Detective Beaumont hide spoiler.

    10. Beaumont and Sue Danielson are working two crimes One a death by fire where A lot of money was located in the burned ruins another that deals with traditions of the Native Americans This story is also the scene of how Beaumont left the Seattle police department and started his career the the State.

    11. A major shift in the life of J.P Beaumont occurs in this book Can t comment further without giving away essential plot elements I ll just say, it s about time

    12. detective beau jp and his partner sue try and figure out why a old woman was killed in her home and burned down it was the neighbors wife, he was having a affair with her.

    13. J.P Beaumont has always been one of my favorite detectives J.P was raised by a single mother who got pregnant at the age of seventeen J.P s grandfather, who was immersed in a religion that didn t tolerate pregnancy before marriage, threw his daughter out of the house and forbade his wife to have any contact with her J.P s mother kept J.P and raised him on her own They lived a hard life but in spite of the hardships, J.P grew up to be a man that made his mother proud The successful J.P decided to [...]

    14. You probably remember that I grew up in Seattle, a city squeezed between 32 mile long Lake Washington on the east and Puget Sound on the west Its business district squats on reclaimed tidal flats and perches along the slope of a ridge overlooking Puget Sound Residential neighborhoods range from seedy developments erected for wartime housing and urban renewal projects, to high class mansions on scenic ridge tops You can track the city s residential expansion by the architectural style of its neig [...]

    15. Enjoyed this fast read In Breach of Duty, Seattle homicide detective J.P Beaumont finds himself investigating murders without his supervisor s consent.Beaumont is working two unrelated cases the death of a retired woman by suspected arson and a grisly Seward Park case involving role playing gamers acting out games with real human remains At first, it is thought the Agnes Ferman case was another sad statistic of a person falling asleep smoking in bed, but further investigation of the scene reveal [...]

    16. In this 14th book in the J P Beaumont series, Beau and his partner Sue Danielson are investigating two separate cases In the first one, an elderly women is found burned in her bed Hints of blackmail and jealousy are turned up in the course of the investigation The problem is deciding which one was the actual motive for the murder The second case has to do with the bones of an Indian shaman which are discovered in a public park by some satanic, role playing teenagers There are many false leads an [...]

    17. Homicide detective J.P Beaumont is faced with new challenges these days the murder of a woman who s been torched to death in her home plus the sudden resignation of respected Captain Larry Powell Powell s temporary replacement is a man J.P can t stand Compounding the plot is the discovery of human bones which could be those of a shaman with great powers powers that could mean disaster for anyone who touches them And so begins the fourteenth installment in J.A Jance s popular series.This is a sto [...]

    18. This, the 14th entry in the J.P Beaumont series, witnesses some pivotal developments in Beau s relationship with the Seattle P D In the first chapter tough but fair Capt Larry Powell announces his retirement effective immediately His replacement none other than Beau s nemesis, Paul Kramer who immediately begins to exert his new authority by micromanaging Beau and his latest partner, Sue Danielson, who has her own problems with an abusive ex husband.Meanwhile Beau and Sue attempt deal with a case [...]

    19. J.P Beaumont is investigating a case of a woman who died in her house in a fire He has a new partner, Sue Danielson, a single mother of two His grandmother tells him it is time to throw his grandfather s ashes off a boat She tells him it is time to think about what comes after he is done being a detective He is happy as a detective, but she thinks he should be a boss J.P and Sue are working well together, until her ex husband comes back into her life He wants to take the boys to Disney Land duri [...]

    20. It s been forever since we ve had a new Beaumont J.P Beaumont, Seattle Homicide Detective, is oh so thankfully back A assumedly impoverished woman no one seems to morn is burned to death in an arson fire and then 300,000 is found in an old refrigerator in her garage A group of kids stage a role playing party and discover real bones These stories are woven into the plot that surrounds Seattle like the rest of this series It was like visiting with a good friend you haven t seen in a long time.

    21. A lot happens in this 1999 book about Detective JP Beaumont, of Seattle Following a very traumatic incident, Beau quits the police force after 20 years There is a small segment which deals with some Native Americans At least one person dies after coming in contact with the sacred bones As usual, there are some interesting characters, like the woman who doesn t want any intimacy with her husband, but kills another woman who does This is the series by JA Jance that I prefer over the other ones A [...]

    22. Enjoyed this fast read No plot summary here, as you can easily find that elsewhere I must have idiom OCD, as I found several off to my ear sayings grey around the gills should green around the gills , six ways to Sunday six ways from Sunday , and one another reader spotted before I did I appreciated having traffic patterns and jams as a slightly diminished story line intrusion, but kind of resent the growing reliance of cell phones although in one instance it is absolutely pivotal and warranted [...]

    23. Because I had read some of the later JP Beaumont mysteries, I had a feeling I knew what was going to happen It was a weird story there was too much going on and too many references and explanations about Beaumont s life I guess I prefer the mysteries like Poirot and Miss Marple where there s a straight mystery and not all this background about the character that just slows things down.And Jance never really explains what happens in the mystery behind the Seward Park bones again, a weird book wit [...]

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