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About the author:
Paul Robins is a successful broadcaster, an avid reader, a slow but devoted runner, and a writer of mystery novels. His morning radio resume includes brief stops in Detroit & Dallas, and a wonderfully long one in Sacramento, California. In TV-land, Paul appeared for several years on The Discovery Channel as one of "The Answer Guys" and is currently seen on PBS's "America's Heartland." He can also be found anchoring the news weekday mornings on KTXL FOX40 in Sacramento.
Paul has been married to Bridget Robins for 33 wonderful years and has three lovely daughters, two handsome sons-in-law, and three delightful (and exceptionally smart) grandsons.
WHAT DO YOU DO WHEN THE CLUES POINT TO YOU?
It's 1980. The Capital of California is experiencing a curious crime wave. Someone's been firing shots late at night at the city's most historic and beautiful landmarks, and the only thing that ties the shootings together is a Sid Bigler. An insecure deli owner is transformed into an equally insecure private detective when clue after clue points to him, and Sid scrambles to prove to the police and the press-even his girlfriend-that he's innocent.
Only two things are certain. Sid's not the shooter. And someone's trying very hard to make it look like he is.
- Publication Date:
- 148010342X / 9781480103429
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 5.25" x 8"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Fiction / Mystery & Detective / General