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Death Song
     

Death Song

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by Bill Craig
 
While in the Everglades promoting both a fishing tournament and a concert to Save the Everglades, Country Music Icon Wally Norwood finds a dead body and a metric ton of pot and is immediately arrested for possession. Wally hires ex-DEA agent turned Private Investigator Sam Decker to clear his name and find out who framed him. As Decker begins to weed his way through

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While in the Everglades promoting both a fishing tournament and a concert to Save the Everglades, Country Music Icon Wally Norwood finds a dead body and a metric ton of pot and is immediately arrested for possession. Wally hires ex-DEA agent turned Private Investigator Sam Decker to clear his name and find out who framed him. As Decker begins to weed his way through the case, he begins to understand that there are a lot of suspects, including the very Sheriff's Department that made the initial arrest. Can he uncover the truth and clear Wally Norwood's name? Or will the country music legend find himself singing his own Death Song?

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012581310
Publisher:
Bill Craig
Publication date:
01/24/2011
Series:
Decker P.I. , #3
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
320
File size:
125 KB

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Meet the Author

Single Dad with a 5 yr old son, Mr. Craig has had a varried career over the years working as a dish washer, grill cook, factory worker, security professional, corrections worker, rail road clerk, hair stylist, and now customer service agent to support his writing habbit.

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Death Song 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Bill Craig gives you 150 pages of excitement. Like all of his books it moves fast with interesting characters. Always a lot of action. Moves quickly. Nothing fancy here just a good time. Lots of girls, guns and gumption! Marlowe and Decker are favorites of mine.