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The Fitzgerald Ruse The Sam Blackman Series (Paperback)

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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 1590588045
ISBN-13: 9781590588048
Sku: 215094741
Publish Date: 10/1/2010
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 8.25H x 5.25L x 0.75T
Pages:  250
Age Range:  NA
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Former Chief Warrant Officer Sam Blackman, a disabled veteran, is opening a detective agency with his partner Nakayla Robertson. Their first client, a quirky elderly woman in a retirement community, makes a strange request. She wants Sam to right a wrong she committed over seventy years ago. Her victim--F. Scott Fitzgerald; her crime--stealing a manuscript when Fitzgerald resided in the stately Grove Park Inn. Sam’s task seems simple enough: retrieve the woman’s lockbox and deliver the manuscript to Fitzgerald’s heirs.   Nothing is simple for Sam. The lockbox is sealed with a swastika, a symbol his client insists predates the Nazis and reflects a scene from "The Great Gatsby." But when a security guard is killed and the lockbox disappears, Sam realizes this case is more than he bargained for. 

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Former Chief Warrant Officer Sam Blackman, a disabled veteran, is opening a detective agency with his partner Nakayla Robertson. Their first client, a quirky elderly woman in a retirement community, makes a strange request. She wants Sam to right a wrong she committed over seventy years ago. Her victim--F. Scott Fitzgerald; her crime--stealing a manuscript when Fitzgerald resided in the stately Grove Park Inn. Sam’s task seems simple enough: retrieve the woman’s lockbox and deliver the manuscript to Fitzgerald’s heirs.
 
Nothing is simple for Sam. The lockbox is sealed with a swastika, a symbol his client insists predates the Nazis and reflects a scene from The Great Gatsby. But when a security guard is killed and the lockbox disappears, Sam realizes this case is more than he bargained for. 

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Product attributeBook Format:   Paperback
Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0250
Product attributePublisher:   Poisoned Pen Press
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