Goose Music by Richard Horan
A Novel

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After a 20-year exile, Leslie, son of doughnut magnate Jacob Siconski, returns home for his estranged father’s funeral and the reading of his will. It seems the old man has left all of his $27 million estate to his daughter Mary and his reclusive, agoraphobic older son Charlie, who has vanished without a trace. When a badly beaten corpse found near the Circus World Museum is identified as Charlie, Leslie sets out to discover the truth behind his brother’s murder. Leslie’s search leads him to an Indian burial mound where members of the local Ho-Chunk tribe had regarded Charlie as the reincarnation of a god sent back to seek vengeance on Buffalo Bill. Author Richard Horan has crafted a plot with constant surprises and a large cast of colorful characters including an amorous librarian, an abused aerialist, and a suspiciously nervous naturalist.
 

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Richard Horan is a novelist, English teacher, and book reviewer for several national publications. His novel Goose Music was a finalist for the Great Lakes Fiction Award and won the ForeWord Book of the Year Bronze Medal. He is also the author of Seeds: One Man's Serendipitous Journey to Find the Trees That Inspired Famous American Writers from Faulkner to Kerouac, Welty to Wharton. He lives in Oswego, NY.
 
Published April 9, 2001 by Steerforth. 275 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Leslie takes charge of his brother's body, subsequently finds his hidden journals, and learns that the surprising, underestimated Charlie loved three beautiful women, fathered two children, and was murdered by Buffalo Bill Cody.

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