Bruce Holdt's MURDER IN SAN FRANCISCO is Released
The US Navy SEALs are considered to be the most efficient and deadly fighting force in the world. Sent into the most dangerous missions, they are elite soldiers who can fight on land, in the air, or in the water. Jim Swenson is one of these men.
In author Bruce Holdt's new novel "Murder in San Francisco," the story revolves around former Navy Seal Lieutenant Jim Swenson. Jim is considered the best man in his Navy Seal squad and has been sent into some of the most dangerous war zones in the world, surviving every dangerous situation imaginable and fighting for the American dream every step of the way. In many ways he is equipped to do it. Standing at 6feet-5 and with 250 pounds of solid muscle, he has earned his letters in college as a wrestler and football quarterback. In addition, he has been rigorously trained in various martial arts. Jim Swenson was meant to be a SEAL.
Even the best of men get tired of war and, after an impressive career with the SEAL and one last mission in Afghanistan, Jim Swenson retires. He leaves the life of a US Navy officer to be a civilian in San Francisco. He becomes a private investigator. Soon he gets his first case. A wealthy businessman who wants Jim to keep tabs on his wife whom he suspects is cheating on him. Jim accepts the case eagerly, not knowing it will lead him down a path of murder and deceit that will take all his skills as a SEAL to survive.
Boasting of memorable characters and lots and lots of interesting information about the military and the Navy, "Murder in San Francisco" is a thrilling, action-packed novel that will undoubtedly be a treat for all action junkies.