Now They Call Me Gunner by Thom Whalen

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In the summer of '71, between high school and university, Phil takes a job cooking at a diner in his home town in upstate New York. When the waitress's ex-husband is stabbed to death, the police suspect that the head cook, Randal, murdered him. Phil believes that Randal is innocent and is pulled into a dangerous world of outlaw bikers and drug dealers as he struggles to find the real killer.

About Thom Whalen

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Thom Whalen studied experimental psychology in San Diego, Vancouver, and Halifax. After working for the Government of Canada for thirty years, conducting research on the human use of computer networks, he retired to begin a new career writing fiction.
Published December 10, 2012 292 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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