Sounding Drum by Larry Jay Martin

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They stole Manhattan from his people. Now he's going to even the score.

About Larry Jay Martin

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Andre Martin is the Chairman and CEO of LogiCNet, a company dedicated to helping retailers, wholesalers/distributors, and manufacturers integrate their distribution systems from retail point-of-sale terminals to the suppliers' manufacturing facilities. A pioneer in the field of distribution and logistics, Martin developed Distribution Resource Planning (DRP) in the 1970s. He continues to work with clients around the world in the areas of DRP and Infopartnering/Efficient Consumer Response. Martin is also the author of Distribution Resource Planning: The Gateway to True Quick Response and Continuous Replenishment.
Published June 1, 1999 by Kensington. 345 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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An awkwardly plotted cautionary tale that speculates, unsuccessfully, about what Native Americans, scheming businessmen, and Sicilian mobsters might do if a document turned up that gave a valuable patch of Manhattan real estate back to the Indians.

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The chance discovery of a 400-year-old land grant by a colonial New York governor that ceded a chunk of Manhattan Island to the local Canarsee Indian tribes sparks the roller coaster plot of western writer Martin's new thriller.

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