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The Blue Door (Paperback)

Author:  David Fulmer
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0156031264
ISBN-13: 9780156031264
Sku: 204469986
Publish Date: 1/1/2009
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 8H x 5.25L x 0.75T
Pages:  325
Age Range:  NA
Welterweight boxer Eddie Cero is out of the ring with an injury, but he still can''t bear to see an unfair fight. In a Philadelphia alley he steps in on two punks beating up an older man--and the victim, a private detective, buys Eddie a round and offers him a part-time gig. After a few days on the job Eddie stumbles on a cold case involving the frontman for the Excels, one of Philadelphia''s best soul acts. A music lover and a big fan of the group, Eddie starts investigating the case out of curiosity, but the missing singer''s talented sister draws him deep into a violent, twisted story of betrayal and intrigue, power and passion--all set to the beat of Philadelphia soul.
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After rescuing an older man from two thugs, welterweight boxer Eddie Cero has his life turned upside down when the victim, private detective Sal Giambroni, offers him a part-time job that leads Eddie into the middle of a cold case involving a missing soul singer, one that traps him in a web of violence, betrayal, intrigue, passion, and obsession. Reprint.
Following up his previous successes--murder mysteries that swirl around the history of jazz and blues--David Fulmer locates his latest thriller in the trumpet-soaked gin joints of 1960s Philadelphia. Eddie Cero, an unemployed former boxer, stumbles upon a hold-up, rescuing private eye Salvatore Giambroni. A reluctant but quick study, Eddie soon finds himself investigating the eerie disappearance of a famous musician several years before, and as he becomes increasingly involved in the case, his attachment to the musician's sister, Valerie, only deepens the intrigue. Fulmer's recreation of the era's music and social milieu is stunning in its realism.

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Product attributePublisher:   Mariner Books
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