The Last Slider


A Roma Downey look-alike, a Washington metro reporter with a dirty secret, a psychotic Hartford photographer turned killer, a nuclear sub ready to slide. Nail-biting thriller set in SE Connecticut shipyard.
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A Roma Downey look-alike, a Washington metro reporter with a dirty secret, a psychotic Hartford photographer turned killer, a nuclear sub ready to slide. Nail-biting thriller set in SE Connecticut shipyard.
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New London Day - Robert Hamilton
...plot has multiple threads: a reporter involved in a rather heinous hit-and-run; a serial killer who does freelance photography (at one point tied to the Martha Moxley murder in Greenwich); and a love triangle (quadrangle eventually), with... Casey Kiernan, a Roma Downey look-alike who does public relations for EB. It's engaging, a page-turner, if not for the plot than for the breezy writing style...
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781412043878
  • Publisher: Trafford Publishing
  • Publication date: 11/15/2004
  • Pages: 376
  • Product dimensions: 0.84 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 6.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Peter K. Connolly attended the University of Notre Dame, Stonehill College, and Marquette University, earning undergraduate and graduate degrees in journalism. He retired from General Dynamics as Corporate Director of Public Affairs. An ex-Marine, Connolly has been a columnist, writer for the St. Louis Cardinals baseball club, and magazine contributor. Grottogate is his third novel. He authored "The Last Slider" in 2004 and "When Shadows Fell at Notre Dame" in 2007.

A native of suburban New York City, he now lives in rural Missouri west of St. Louis and devotes much of his time to birding, growing watermelons, feeding catfish and bass, watching Fox News, and buying birthday cards for his six children and 24 grandchidren.

Connolly can be reached at or 573 459-6774.
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