Drown by Albie Cullen

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Billy Sunday, having spent ten years on the verge of rock superstardom, is starting to mentally and physically feel the negative effects of his nomadic, party-infused life. He is at a personal crossroads: continue to pursue his dream regardless of the cost or retire to a more socially acceptable existence?

His mental dilemma is postponed when he suddenly becomes a prime murder suspect. He is the last known person seen with the victim who also happens to be the wife of his high-profile record company president.

With a New York gossip columnist leading the media frenzy and the district attorney looking to bootstrap a sensational trial into a U.S. Senate seat it appears Billy will be found guilty of murder long before he finds the enlightenment he so deperately seeks and seemingly needs.

Drown is a fast-paced murder mystery that twists and turns through the music industry.
 

About Albie Cullen

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Albie Cullen, 45, is a criminal defense attorney in Boston. He was previously employed in the entertainment business by firms representing such artists as The Rolling Stones, Elton John and Madonna. His love for music is the most influential aspect of all his life choices. Drown is his first novel. Visit him online at www.albiecullen.com
 
Published October 10, 2010 by Black 13 Publishing. 290 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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