The Supernumerary

The Supernumerary

by James Norton
     
 

March 1972 - It wasn't until 1st Lieutenant Dan Hagerty was assigned to investigate Captain Calvin Smith's death that he found he was third in line to kill the S. O. B. On one hand, Dan was scheduled to be shipped home from Vietnam in eighteen days. On the other, two people had simultaneously shot Calvin. For Dan that aroused a certain level of interest in the murder.…  See more details below

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March 1972 - It wasn't until 1st Lieutenant Dan Hagerty was assigned to investigate Captain Calvin Smith's death that he found he was third in line to kill the S. O. B. On one hand, Dan was scheduled to be shipped home from Vietnam in eighteen days. On the other, two people had simultaneously shot Calvin. For Dan that aroused a certain level of interest in the murder. Of course, the military can hold a man over, or bring him back to complete a murder investigation, and they did. More correctly, Major Grace O'Connor of the Provost Marshal's Criminal Investigation Division did. She told Dan it would be good for him. It would make him a man. It came damn close to making him a corpse. Four times that he knew of. Five, if you counted the original incident where Calvin bought it at the barracks fire at Can Tho Army Air Field.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781453791455
Publisher:
CreateSpace
Publication date:
10/15/2010
Pages:
316
Product dimensions:
5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.72(d)

Meet the Author

A veteran of Vietnam Jim has traveled the world extensively for both work and pleasure. He has been a columnist for a large Midwestern newspaper as well as a paid blogger for a major Canadian host. He has degrees from St. Norbert College, Marquette University and the University of Wisconsin - Madison.

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