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There's Always Tomorrow
     

There's Always Tomorrow

by D.G. Stern
 

How could it possibly happen? When a convicted murderer, Billy O'Brien, serving two consecutive life sentences, is suddenly released from a maximum security prison due to a clerical error, a massive man-hunt ensues. Not only are the BPD and Massachusetts State Police trying to fi nd the escaped convict - but so are the FBI and the CIA - and the Mob - each for

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How could it possibly happen? When a convicted murderer, Billy O'Brien, serving two consecutive life sentences, is suddenly released from a maximum security prison due to a clerical error, a massive man-hunt ensues. Not only are the BPD and Massachusetts State Police trying to fi nd the escaped convict - but so are the FBI and the CIA - and the Mob - each for entirely different reasons. Chris Callahan is a retired Boston homicide detective, who also happens to be O'Brien's childhood friend...and the officer who put him behind bars. The entire law enforcement community agrees on only one thing: Callahan is the only one who can bring him in...alive.

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Midwest Book Review
...a riveting read of mystery and adventure,very much recommended reading.
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There’s Always Tomorrow is a riveting read of mystery and adventure, very much recommended reading” Midwest Book Review

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780982809860
Publisher:
Neptune Press LLC
Publication date:
11/05/2012
Pages:
238
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.54(d)

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In addition to two adult mysteries, Hot Tea...Cold Case and There's Always Tomorrow, D.G. Stern has authored the award winning "Upton Charles -Dog Detective" series for younger readers (www.uptoncharles.com), The Loneliest Tree and 25 Days of a Tropical Christmas. His taste for good wine and great food has been an inspiration in his writings and Mr. Stern is also the editor of Golf a la Carte (www.golfcookbook.com) featuring recipes from some of the nation's greatest golf clubs.
D.G. Stern is a graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Law School. Basket weaving (no kidding) and vintage car racing fill any empty moments.

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