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Mark Rollins and the Puppeteer Collins, Tom                             1 of 1
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0982589808
ISBN-13: 9780982589809
Sku: 217450790
Publish Date: 9/27/2010
Pages:  284
Age Range:  NA
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A really good man died Sunday night in Nashville''s notorious Printers Alley. According to the newspaper account, it was a case of being in the wrong place at the wrong time. A drunken reveler with a gun had fired his weapon indiscriminately, ending the life of Tennessee''s likely next governor and perhaps a future President of the United States. Mark Rollins wasn''t ready to buy it. The dead man, Harold T. Lansden, Esq., was more than just a prominent lawyer and rising political figure. He was a friend, and he had called Rollins the night before his death to ask for Mark''s help with a problem of some kind. Lansden was killed before the two could meet to discuss the details. Was Lansden''s death as it seemed on the surface or was it premeditated murder and, if so, by whom and why? Rollins'' search for answers yields a plethora of avenues that could have led someone to commit murder. As for who did it, there is no shortage of candidates.
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A really good man died Sunday night in Nashville's notorious Printers Alley. According to the newspaper account, it was a case of being in the wrong place at the wrong time. A drunken reveler with a gun had fired his weapon indiscriminately, ending the life of Tennessee's likely next governor and perhaps a future President of the United States.Mark Rollins wasn't ready to buy it. The dead man, Harold T. Lansden, Esq., was more than just a prominent lawyer and rising political figure. He was a friend, and he had called Rollins the night before his death to ask for Mark's help with a problem of some kind. Lansden was killed before the two could meet to discuss the details.Was Lansden's death as it seemed on the surface or was it premeditated murder and, if so, by whom and why? Rollins' search for answers yields a plethora of avenues that could have led someone to commit murder. As for who did it, there is no shortage of candidates.
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