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Dismissed with Prejudice (J.P. Beaumont, #7) Japanese Businessman Tadeo Kurobashi Had Many Passions, Including Computers, Poetry, Money, And Samurai Lore So His Suicide Method Of Choice Would Naturally Be The Ancient Art Of Seppuku What The Uninitiated Call Hara Kiri But Despite The Bloody Samurai Sword Kurobashi Clutches Tightly In His Lifeless Hand, Seattle Detective J.P Beaumont Senses The Dead Software Magnate Played A Less Active Role In His Own Demise Because Glaring Errors Have Been Made In The Time Honoured Asian Death Ritual Which Has Beau Looking For Someone With A Less Traditional Passion Cold Blooded Murder

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  • Paperback
  • 384 pages
  • Dismissed with Prejudice (J.P. Beaumont, #7)
  • J.A. Jance
  • English
  • 25 June 2017
  • 0380755475

10 thoughts on “Dismissed with Prejudice (J.P. Beaumont, #7)

  1. says:

    JP Beaumont is called to the scene of what appears to be a ritual suicide by a Japanese inventor who was also an expert in the Samurai traditions and history However, what looks like suicide can be deceiving especially to someone who doesn t know how Samurai committed Seppuku or Hari Kiri as it is also known I pretty much knew it was going to be a murder before Beaumont knew for sure One of my Grandfather s on my Mother s side of the family was Samurai and when I found that out I became curio JP Beaumont is called to the scene of what appears to be a ri...

  2. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here And to think I almost passed on this one Then I would not have found out that Ron Peters got married, and will return to work upstairs from BeauandI would have missed the set up for the next book.Beau wakes up with his right hand wrapped up in a bandage and hurting like and he has no idea what happened Last he remembered was drinking champagne at Peters weddingA successful Japanese businessman is the victim of a Chicago mob boss who wants his business for his daughters new husband And to think I almost passed on this one Then I would not have found out that Ron Peters got married, and will return to work upstairs from BeauandI would have mis...

  3. says:

    This is a classical whodunnit, dun right.We re introduced to all the characters fairly early, so there s no sudden introduction of the killer 90% of the way through the book Everything follows logically, without outrageous coincidence as detective Beaumont says, the ...

  4. says:

    On to the next.This author is amazing I don t know how I missed these books as she published these tales that just keep me reading I like this series J.P Beaumont because he is a delightful character She keeps the same circle of friends in each book I feel like I know them I have to keep reading so I can keep up with what they are doing Now, I have to see what Beau plans to do about his health Enjoy your reading If y...

  5. says:

    This book was somehow less interesting to me than some of the others in the series that I have read It seemed a bit disjointed In this one, a Japanese businessman appeared to have committed ritual suicide but of course it was actually murder It seemed that Jance was trying to put inplot twists but it just made the novel seem to lurch from setting to setting and event to event At this point, however, I remain a Beaumont fan and do plan to readnovels in this series I would only gi This book was somehow less interesting to me than some of the others in the series that I have read It seemed a bit disjointed In this one, a Japane...

  6. says:

    When a Japanese American computer whiz is found dead with a ceremonial sword at his side, it is first assumed that he has committed ritual suicide, but it soon becomes apparent that he was murdered J P Beaumont and his partner are soon embroil...

  7. says:

    this one really kept my attention the mystery was a good one, and it had enough of a personal story that goes from book to book to really keep me interested although, J.P Beamount without McNaughton s that will be interesting

  8. says:

    Beaumont investigates the death of a Japanese businessman who appeared to commit suicide hari kiri Beau isn t buying it.

  9. says:

    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 ONLYCouldn t wait to the endContinued listening since this is a series and I love Ron and family.This book was somehow less interesting to me than some of the others in the series that I have read It seemed a bit disjointed In this one, a Japanese businessman appeared to have committed ritual suicide but of cours 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 ONLYCouldn t wait to the endContinued listening since this is a series and I love Ron and family.This book was somehow less interesting to me than some of the others in the series that I have read It seemed a bit disjointed In this one, a Japanese businessman appeared to have committed ritual suicide but of course it was actually murder It seemed that Jance was trying to put inplot twists but it just made the novel seem to lurch from setting to ...

  10. says:

    Dismissed With Prejudice involved the apparent suicide of a Japanese businessman J.P Beaumont eventually determines that the death was not suicide which then plunges him into a multi jurisdictional investigation During the investigation, there are other victims that Beaumont has to care for I onl...

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