The Painter by Raymond Lubeski

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A Kurt Chowter murder mystery. Chief of homicide detectives, Kurt Chowter is somewhat puzzled when he finds the murdered victims on the floor leaning against a table leg, with a knife stuck in their heart. A portrait on white cardboard, painted with their own blood is resting in their hand. When Chowter puts the puzzle pieces together, he discovers that someone is giving the killer, better known as "The Painter," the orders on whom to kill, and when to kill them. Chowter finally brings down "The Painter," then sets his sights on finding the order giver, better known as the "Boss." Violence and sex involved.

About Raymond Lubeski

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     Raymond Lubeski, born and raised in Mount Carmel Pennsylvania, graduated Mount Carmel Joint High School in 1955.  He served in the U. S. Navy aboard the Destroyer, USS Harlan r. Dickson DD708.  Lubeski graduated F.I.T. in New York City, with a business degree in 1965.  In 2000 he graduated from the Connecticut School of Literature.  He now resides with his wife, Carol, in the Perry’s Lake section of Manahawkin, N.J.
Published October 22, 2008 by AuthorHouse. 256 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror. Fiction

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