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The Heartsick September Sunset

The Heartsick September Sunset

by Vladimir Mortsgna
The Heartsick September Sunset

The Heartsick September Sunset

by Vladimir Mortsgna



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A reality show in which B-list celebrities try to solve cold cases? Something so crass, homeless ex-NFL washout Geaddise Shrine wouldn't wish it on his worst enemy. But his worst enemy, his former teammate and the husband of his former girlfriend, thinks otherwise, and before he knows it, Shrine is a cast member on Celebrity Cold Case, competing against teams ranging from bitter quiz show rivals to divorced soap opera sweethearts and a hip-hop mogul paired with a politician who blames popular music for all the ills of society. Even though one of the cases involves a vanished football star, Shrine's team is assigned to solve the murder of a graduate student found in a terrible neighborhood far from her University. Always wanting to be the quarterback, Geaddise becomes interested in the other cases and risks disqualification and worse. And while the cases churn toward their own conclusions, he becomes convinced that there is a much larger case behind the scenes in which they are all pawns...

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BN ID: 2940161578957
Publisher: Greg Burton
Publication date: 10/13/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 704 KB

About the Author

Vladimir Mortsgna is also the author of Herschel's Adventures in Spaceland, also available on Barnes and Noble online. He wrote his first book after abandoning his longstanding plan to write a sequel to the Canterbury Tales. He earned his MFA in Writing from the summer writing workshop at the University of the Islands of San Romualdo and Goatgrass, though Mortsgna's lawyers insist that he point out that the University did not elect to actually give him the MFA he earned. You may have read Mortsgna's previous work under one of his many pseudonyms, or possibly one of his non-fiction bestsellers, such as the hard-hitting editorial in the Islands of San Romualdo Times on "Why I gave the King George Bar in San Romualdo zero stars on TripAdvisor."

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