Protocol for Murder by Paul Nathan
(Bert Swain Mysteries)

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When Bert Swain takes the job as P.R. director of New York's famous Krinsky Research Center, he never dreams he'll have to deal with the disappearance of a member of the research staff, the violent death of a lab chief, and the flexibility of facts throughout the history of scientific research.

About Paul Nathan

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Paul Nathan is an exclusive contributor of articles on gold for With more than one million hits a day, is the leading site for gold bugs worldwide. He wrote articles in the '70s for the Freeman and today writes a weekly commentary and market update for hard money enthusiasts and investors at Nathan was there at the birth of the Libertarian Party, and his mother was the first national candidate to run on the Libertarian Party ticket in 1972. Nathan began writing on monetary and economic matters in 1968 while studying under Ayn Rand and Alan Greenspan at the Foundation for the New Intellectual.
Published July 1, 1994 by Permanent Pr Pub Co. 176 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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At the outset of this debut mystery, Bert Swain, once a New York City reporter with a belief in the difference between good journalism and schlock, is in Florida writing stories about poltergeists for a supermarket rag.

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When offered a job in New York directing publicity for the Krinsky Research Center, a major medical research facility, the Florida-based Bert jumps at the chance to get back to the city he loves and be nearer his 11-year-old daughter, who lives with her mother in Toronto.

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