Bomber Bombs by David Champion
(Bomber Hanson Mystery)

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Bombastic trial lawyer Bomber and his amiable son Tod are comfortable in their respective roles as a never-lose-a-case
attorney and a behind-the-scenes investigator who would rather be composing music. But when a popular college football team is
accused of rape after a spring break party, their booster, Dixie, desperately wants to hire Bomber, who says football is barbaric and wants nothing to do with the team.
Tod is pressed into service against his wishes when misfortune strikes the indomitable Bomber. Why is this exotic dancer crying rape? Why can’t Tod get straight answers from the team of ten accused?
Circumstances in the courtroom force Tod to gain trial experience in the shadow of his mighty father. But is it enough to win the case? In this eagerly awaited ninth installment of the Bomber Hanson Mystery series, fans won’t be disappointed in what is sure to be Tod’s best performance yet.
 

About David Champion

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Rik Paul, an automotive writer with decades of experience, is responsible for automotive editorial content in all of Consumer Reports' publications and on its web site, www.ConsumerReports.org. David Champion, an engineer with extensive experience in automotive testing, design, and development, has been in charge of Consumer Reports Auto Test facility for seven years. Champion oversees Consumer Reports' extensive auto and tire testing operations at the company's 327-acre site in Connecticut, the largest independent consumer automotive testing center in the world.
 
Published January 28, 2011 by Allen A. Knoll Publishers. 265 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The echo of a recent news story about a tobacco company exec who blows the whistle on his former employer's nicotine-spiking adds a high note of topicality to an otherwise sludgy exercise.

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Young, likable lawyer Tod Hanson, a musician at heart who stutters only around his famous father and boss, trial attorney Bomber Hanson, narrates this sketchy series debut.

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Champion's lighthearted ninth Bomber Hanson mystery (after 2005's To Die For) finds the bombastic California attorney and his diffident son, Tod, tackling the defense of 10 Cal Southern football players, all black, accused of raping stripper Mimi Parquette, also black, at a stag party that got ou...

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