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Riassunto: When Rad Roberts, an aspiring criminal lawyer with the Iowa Attorney General’s Office, accepts an assignment to investigate a bizarre murder case, he has no idea how much of his personal life will be exposed as he uncovers a major criminal conspiracy.
The murder mystery written by former journalist Daniel Dundon, takes Roberts from an Iowa pig farm to a Florida nudist resort and back to a Dubuque cathedral. In the process, he experiences a new lifestyle and a new romance, both with have serious repercussions for his marriage. While he struggles with these personal issues, Roberts uncovers a financial conspiracy at the highest levels of the Dubuque Archdiocese. The revelations of criminal activity by high-ranking church officials rock this blue-collar Mississippi River community and set in motion a dramatic courtroom confrontation. Representatives of the church and the state become entangled in an epic legal battle that will change this community forever.
Exposed, which was a semi-finalist in the 2009 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award competition, examines some of society’s peculiar sexual and moral inhibitions while taking readers on a sometimes funny and sometimes touching journey through the often-conflicting emotions of love, loneliness and lust.
Dundon’s first novel, Lassiter Hill, which is inspired by an actual Iowa murder case, was published in 2008.
For more information on books by Daniel Dundon go to www.dundonbooks.com
Casa editrice: Mill City Press, Inc.
Data di pubblicazione: 2009
Condizione libro: very good
Descrizione libro Mill City Press, Inc., 2009. Condizione libro: Good. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Codice libro della libreria GRP86006029
Descrizione libro Mill City Press, Inc., 2009. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 1936107139
Descrizione libro Mill City Press, Inc. 2009-10-01, 2009. Paperback. Condizione libro: Fine. 1936107139 Ships promptly. Codice libro della libreria GWU6813SWCG04292014H20411C