The Near Death Experiment by Steve Glassman

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The most sinister crime family is trying to frame Bru Bruton for the nation's biggest product-tampering scam, one that involves the entire Florida orange juice crop.

The Family's patriarch, Billy Goins, certainly has the money to carry out this scheme, if only he can get his own affairs in order. His daughter has been enrolled and expelled from all the best colleges and universities. Her lover has just tested positive for AIDS and heroin. The old man's right hand is a text-book perfect sociopath and the county sheriff and his deputy are also on the payroll. They're all as dysfunctional as they are greedy.

It's up to Bru and his Near Death Experiment to stop and expose this evil plot or he'll surely end up the patsy for an epidemic that could affect millions of people, including the nation's children.

 

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Published October 1, 2001 by Tropical Press. 260 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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