A Good Soldier

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Overmountain Press, Jan 1, 2003 - Fiction - 181 pages
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When Ulysses Grant, his wife Julia, and his family travel on to Bethel, Ohio, to visit some friends from his West Point days, Grant finds them dying off at an alarming rate. In spite of the poverty and need brought on by the Great War, Grant's friends seem to have discovered the Midas touch. Grant (along with Julia and his father) have to get to the bottom of a golden mystery to find out why people in this small town are dying.

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Contents

Section 1
12
Section 2
20
Section 3
28
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About the author (2003)

A member of Mystery Writers of America and Sisters in Crime, Jeffrey Marks is a freelance writer and interviewer whose work has been published in The Armchair Detective, Mystery Scene, Mystery Readers Journal, and other magazines devoted to crime fiction. His own short stories have appeared in Kracked Mirror Mysteries and other periodicals. Mr. Marks's biography of Craig Rice, one of the most popular female authors of the World War II era, was published in France by Librairie des Champs Elysees. A graduate of Miami University and Xavier University, he lives in Cincinnati. He is also the editor of Canine Crimes, a previous anthology of dog-related mysteries.

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