Twice Dead by William Jordan
A Caper

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" Twice Dead is a 1948 caper surrounding two elderly bachelors, Sydney Wadsworth, founder of an exclusive New York golf club in 1921, and Toby Worthington, his inseparable friend. Discovering a member dead in the golf club locker room, they place him on the golf course to spare the club embarrassment. The police cannot find the body, and class warfare ensues between the club and the community. As amateur detectives, Sydney and Toby dodge the law, face charges of murder, theft, and indecent exposure as they journey to a bizarre rod and gun club in search of a solution.

About William Jordan

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William Jordan is the author of Divorce Among the Gulls: An Uncommon Look at Human Nature (1991). The Washington Post called it "a dazzling range of philosophical speculations about the meaning of life, " and Noel Perrin in the Chicargo Sun-Times described Jordan as "a major new talent," adding, "move over, Stephen Jay Gould. Make way, Barry Lopez. Here comes William Jordan to join you." Jordan has a Ph.D. in entomology from the University of California. He lives in Culver City, California.
Published July 14, 2008 by Xlibris. 244 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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