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One Dead Fiddle Player

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"One Dead Fiddle Player" is a contemporay mystery set in a small, quiet, rural town.

Cole Bascom, the fiddle player, was murdered in a careless way, as if his life and death meant nothing. There is a ready group of suspects. The fiddle player made as sweet music with a woman as he did with his fiddle. And, like playing the fiddle at a Saturday night dance, when one tune was over, he played another.

Was he killed by a betrayed husband? A rejected lover? A spurned lover? Or did ...

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Overview

"One Dead Fiddle Player" is a contemporay mystery set in a small, quiet, rural town.

Cole Bascom, the fiddle player, was murdered in a careless way, as if his life and death meant nothing. There is a ready group of suspects. The fiddle player made as sweet music with a woman as he did with his fiddle. And, like playing the fiddle at a Saturday night dance, when one tune was over, he played another.

Was he killed by a betrayed husband? A rejected lover? A spurned lover? Or did some new evil slithering through the undergrowth kill the fiddle player?

The fiddle player's boyhood friend, Roy Thibideoux is now the sheriff. And he must find out who killed the fiddle player.

As Roy searches for the killer he learns secrets about this town, awakes old ghosts, makes his own deal with his devils, feels the sadness of old loves and the promise of new loves, and he faces a new and deadly threat to his town.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781463647834
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 8/26/2011
  • Pages: 334
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

To some Don L. Freeman is just a garrulous old man who will tell stories--endlessly--at the least suggestion. He's satisfied with this descriptiion, because he has always loved stories and story-telling. "One Dead Fiddle Player" is his 4th book to be offered on Amazon. His books have been an eclectic lot, from young adult fiction ("They Say There is a Ghost") to historical fiction (Christmas at Blind Pig's Luck"). This is his first suspense story.

This story is set in a small, rural town--very much like the one he grew up in--but it is fiction, a flight of his imagination grounded in the realism of his upbringing.

He has lived a life rather like his books. He has been a school teacher, an army helicopter pilot, an actor, a designer and developer of instructioinal materials and a quality consultant, trainer and auditor. But always he has loved stories. Four of his western stories were nominated for Golden Spur Awards, and they have been translated and read across the world.

He lives in Southern California.

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