Monday, December 19, 2011

A Corpse For A Candidate by Michael Geller

She was beautiful, famous, and running for Mayor.
And somebody wanted her dead.

Murder On The Ballot
When New York's Mayor Bradley withdrew his bid for re-election, it left the field wide open for Amanda Mellis, beautiful and intelligent Cultural Affairs Commissioner, and the opponent Fullerton Mack, charismatic leader of the black community. It was a go for the jugular campaign and the outcome was anybody's guess. Then Amanda was found shot to death and Lieutenant Bud Dugan and the detectives of the Priority Unit were called into action to find the murderer before the lid blew off the racially divided city. Bud Dugan soon discovered that in the world of politics, every statement has at least two meanings, and every back is a target for a knife, or a bullet.

Printing History
Written by Michael Geller

Dorchester Publishing Co
Leisure Books
ISBN 8439 5007

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