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The Random Affair by James H. Roby - Guest Blogger Book Review

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A criminal Jordan Noble took down years ago is trying to kill him.

Good thing the UrbanKnight Detective Agency’s got his back.
When Noble left the Defense Intelligence Agency, he gave up on the international intrigue going with it. Now, Cody Random, international criminal is back for revenge and threatens the entire nation with his monstrous drug, crush. And for good measure, the CIA is warning Noble to steer clear.
But that’s not how things get done in Detroit, a city used to the odds being against it.
Noble formed the UrbanKnights to tackle the crimes no one else will touch. But they never squared off against odds like this. Will they have the skill to stop this Random Affair?

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Jennifer's Review
The Random Affair is a good book. 
It's about a man named Jordan Noble and his friend Eman who are both detectives working a case on a powerful drug dealer who escaped from prison and Is working on a new drug that can either kill you or mess you up very badly. 
The drug dealer finds a guy named Small to help him deal the drug all while Jordan and his friend Eman try to stop him. 
Do they succeed? 
3 stars.

Author Bio
James H. Roby was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan. He served as a US Air Force officer for over 10 years. During that time, he served primarily in Air Force Space Command where he controlled intercontinental missiles and satellites. Hundreds of officer candidates were trained by James and he was a pioneer for one of the Air Force's officer recruiting initiations. He has written and published the novels chronicling the adventures of the UrbanKnights. James lives in the Chicago area with his wife. An unabashed supporter of the Motor City, even when James is not in Detroit, Detroit is in him. 

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