The Bostoner by Andrew Buckley

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A tale of psycho-historical suspense set in present-day and 200 years ago in Boston, Cape Cod and the Pacific Northwest. Richly descriptive, yet earnestly hip -- John Grisham meets James Michener.

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Published December 13, 1999 by Stage Harbor Pr. 441 pages
Genres: History, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Buckley's conceit--he proposes to make parallel universes of Kendrick's past struggles and Miles's travails--is promising, and Miles sets out on a compelling journey across the continent in search of the true story of his ancestor's ""accidental"" demise as well as the motivation behind the court...

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