OC Back when I was a kid growing up in South Chicago, I never dreamed that having a Lebanese father and a Syrian mother would turn out to be an asset. But my ancestry paid off big-time when I sat down across from Timothy Fisher at a San Francisco sidewalk cafe on that warm September morning. He bought my cover as a Mid-East terroristOCohook, line and sinker. Of course, being an FBI agent, IOCOd been provided with excellent cover. Even so, he was nervous and kept looking around at our neighbors, the only ones at the time being a young couple who, hands across their table, were obviously and hopelessly in love. OC IOCOve got the money, OCO I told him, assuming that might help to calm him down. It didnOCOt. He kept scanning the street. OC IOCOm not interested, OCO he said. And that surprised me. What he said next surprised me even moreOC OCO Over 50! mystery short stories by John Broussard, a prolific and compelling writer. Boson Books also offers several full length mystery novels by John Broussard. Visit our Fiction page and look under Action, Adventure and Mysteries . For an author bio, photo, and a sample read, visit bosonbooks.com.qAnd now she was sitting in Walsha#39;s used-car lot, with an enormous five-hundred dollar price tag chalked on her windshield. ... That was a steal, if there ever was one, for a beautiful a#39;30 Ford Roadsteragray canvas top, rumble seat, whitewall tires and ... Shoes were a problem, because I did a lot of walking while peddling those lottery stubs, but beyond that I didna#39;t have much in the way of expenses.
|Title||:||Mayhem, Mystery and Murder|
|Author||:||John A. Broussard|
|Publisher||:||Bitingduck Press LLC - 2006|