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Riassunto: It begins with an 80-year-old mystery. Three men - a father and his two sons - vanished while working as laborers on a dangerous project to build the first road through the Florida Everglades. Now, years later, a series of letters are unexpectedly discovered by a descendent of these men. Driven by the need to know what happened to these lost members of the family, he starts asking questions - and is quickly stonewalled. With nowhere else to turn, he enlists the help of former Philadelphia police officer Max Freeman. Living in his isolated shack in the Glades, Max starts his longshot investigation into the fate of the men. A newly minted private investigator working with his friend and attorney, Billy Manchester, Max is surprised to meet resistance immediately at every turn. The search for the truth quickly turns violent - and Max finds he has more to worry about than just 80-year-old ghosts. For there are powerful interests that want to make sure that the shadows of the past remain undisturbed - including some who will kill to make sure they do.
From the Back Cover: "In SHADOW MEN, Jonathon King captures the intrigue, lyrical beauty, and darkness of the Florida Everglades better than any other writer I know of. His account of corporate greed in the midst of an Edenic paradise is a warning for our times." -James Lee Burke
Titolo: Shadow Men (Max Freeman Series)
Casa editrice: Brilliance Audio
Data di pubblicazione: 2004
Condizione libro: very good
Descrizione libro Brilliance Audio, Grand Haven, Michigan, U.S.A., 2004. Audio Cassette Original Box. Condizione libro: Near Fine. Condizione sovraccoperta: Very Good. Unabridged Audio Book on Cassette Tape. This unabridged audio book has 8 cassette tapes in near fine condition. The original box is in very good condition with slight edge wear and a small hole punched in the rear cover of the box. This book is read by David Colacci and lasts about 7 hours. Audio Cassette Book on Tape. Codice libro della libreria 006932