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Last Man At Arlington is a tightly muscled and unflinching thriller. Six low-level Kennedy administration operatives are targeted for murder by a mad man on the tenth anniversary of the assassination. One of the intended victims, George Williams, now a Justice Department agent, is locked in a life and death struggle to find the killer before it is too late.
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Overview

Last Man At Arlington is a tightly muscled and unflinching thriller. Six low-level Kennedy administration operatives are targeted for murder by a mad man on the tenth anniversary of the assassination. One of the intended victims, George Williams, now a Justice Department agent, is locked in a life and death struggle to find the killer before it is too late.
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  • BN ID: 2940013891562
  • Publisher: Premier Digital Publishing
  • Publication date: 2/28/2012
  • Series: A George Williams Novel , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 320
  • File size: 530 KB

Meet the Author

Joseph DiMona attended law school, but did not practice law. He put his time and creative energies into writing, and he made a great success of it. The 1978 H.R. "Bob" Haldeman book about Watergate, ''The Ends of Power,'' spent nine weeks on the New York Times best-seller list, including two weeks at No. 1. Mr. DiMona was also a credited co-writer of ''Frank Costello: Prime Minister of the Underworld'' (1974) by Costello's lawyer George Wolf, and of ''Coroner'' (1983) and the sequel, ''Coroner at Large'' (1986) by Thomas T. Noguchi, the flamboyant former Los Angeles medical examiner. He also wrote ''Great Court-Martial Cases'' (1972).

The 1978 H.R. "Bob" Haldeman book about Watergate, ''The Ends of Power,'' spent nine weeks on the New York Times best-seller list, including two weeks at No. 1. Mr. DiMona was also a credited co-writer of ''Frank Costello: Prime Minister of the Underworld'' (1974) by Costello's lawyer George Wolf, and of ''Coroner'' (1983) and the sequel, ''Coroner at Large'' (1986) by Thomas T. Noguchi, the flamboyant former Los Angeles medical examiner. He also wrote ''Great Court-Martial Cases'' (1972).

A jovial socializer and longtime New Yorker who held court at P. J. Clarke's and Elaine's and entertained frequently at his Sutton Place apartment, Mr. DiMona also wrote four novels, ''70 Sutton Place'' (1972), and the thrillers ''Last Man at Arlington'' (1973), ''The Benedict Arnold Connection'' (1977) and ''To the Eagle's Nest'' (1978). ''Last Man at Arlington,'' about an ex-Green Beret stalking former members of the Kennedy Administration, was optioned for the movies but never made it to the screen. His first book was a collection of short stories, ''Husbands Who Love Their Wives Are the Best'' (1955).
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