A homeowner knocks down a wall in his basement and finds an85-year-old body. Detective Sergeant Tom Logan has to close the case.But then other bodies start to pile up and the obvious question needs answered:
Why would someone murder over an 85-year-old corpse?
Follow Sergeant Logan and brand-new Homicide Detective Phil Taylor as they gather the evidence and unravel the clues to an old crime that still has the power to tear down half the city's power elite.
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About the Author
Scott Hann in his 40s, single, and lives in Indianapolis, Indiana. He was born in Washington, DC, while his father was in the Army, but the family came home to Indianapolis. In the 1980s, he served in the US Army as an Infantryman and remains interested in military history and affairs to this day. During his Army service, Scott was stationed in the Federal Republic of Germany and was one of the many Cold War soldiers to face down the Soviets. In the two decades since leaving the Army, Scott has been a private detective, a microfiche delivery driver, a store clerk, a lab technician, and cab driver. While he hasn't finished college, Scott is working toward a US History degree. Scott's hobbies and interests include, but are not limited to, good cinema and reading science fiction, techno-thrillers, alternative history, and non-fiction history. His favorite movie is "Casablanca" and his favorite author (other than himself!) is Robert A Heinlein. Scott is a member of the Military Writer's Society of America and the Robert Heinlein Society and since 2005 has been the Blood Drive coordinator for the Heinlein Society at GenCon (Indianapolis). In 2012, Scott was appointed the Heinlein Society's National Blood Drive Chairman.