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They Tell Me You Are Crooked (Duncan Cochrane Book 2) by [Hagerty, David]
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Book 2 of 3 in Duncan Cochrane (3 Book Series)

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"Who'd have ever thought that a contemporary novel about 1970s Illinois state politics would be so engrossing? Imagine a David Baldacci novel, but with greater depth of character. ... I normally wouldn't give any genre novel 5 stars. But this book goes a touch beyond the expectations of the political-psychological thriller, with its complexity of plot and, importantly, by being imbued with lots of heart. This is the first novel I've read in quite awhile that I simply couldn't put down." Larry Feign

About the Author

AUTHOR: Stories about crimes have always resonated with me, whether it was "Crime and Punishment" or "The Quiet American." Maybe it's because I started my career as a police reporter, or because I worked for a time as a teacher in the county jail. More than a decade ago, when I decided to finally get serious about writing, I started with short stories based on real misdeeds I'd witnessed. I wrote one about my next door neighbor, who'd been murdered by a friend, another about an ambitious bike racer who decides to take out the competition, and a bunch of others based on characters I met in jail. Over time these got picked up by various magazines online and in print. More than a dozen now exist, with most of the latest in Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine and Big Pulp. For my debut novel, "They Tell Me You Are Wicked," I drew inspiration from the most infamous event in the history of my hometown: the real life killing of a political candidate's daughter (though I made up all the details). Now I am at work on a second volume in the series, set two years later, after my hero, Duncan Cochrane, has become governor. He's haunted by the family secret that got him elected, and fighting a sniper who's targeting children in Chicago.

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  • File Size: 4758 KB
  • Print Length: 277 pages
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  • Publisher: Evolved Publishing LLC; 1 edition (September 24, 2016)
  • Publication Date: September 24, 2016
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01KG84SJY
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