Burning Altars

Burning Altars

by Bill Rapp
Burning Altars

Burning Altars

by Bill Rapp



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In 1922, the burning of a church in Naperville, Illinois lands an alleged Klu Klux Klan member in jail. Decades later, P.I. Bill Habermann finds an unexpected visitor in his office. Hoping to reopen the case, the young person claims that he is the grandson of the man who spent nearly 20 years in jail for the crime. The youngster says he has evidence that proves his grandfather is innocent. After a devastating turn of events surrounding the boy, Bill Habermann works ferociously to investigate the case.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940014595032
Publisher: International Book Management Corporation
Publication date: 07/01/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 209
File size: 242 KB

About the Author

Bill Rapp, a graduate of Notre Dame and the University of Toronto, received his doctoral degree from Vanderbilt University. He has taught history at Iowa State Univerity and is currently employed by the U. S. Government. Dr. Rapp's career has taken him all over the world, including Europe, Canada and Israel. He is the author of the first book in the Suburban P.I. series, Angel in Black, as well as short mystery fiction. He currently lives in Naperville, IL.
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