20: 13

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AuthorHouse, 2011 - Fiction - 232 pages
Tony Sorrino loved police work like his father. He especially enjoyed living in New Hampshire, where the change of seasons, mountains, and low crime rate made it an ideal place to live and be a cop, nothing at all like his native Chicago. That all changed when a series of brutal murders of gay men take place during a three week span beginning before Christmas and extending into the new year. Their mutilated bodies dumped throughout the city. Almost all were perfect crimes, with one clue and no suspects, just the marking of 20:13 found on each victim. There had never been anything so heinous in this city at anytime. The citizens and media are getting frustrated and scared Tony and his rookie partner Adam work to find the killer and put a stop to these horriffic crimes. Tony will use his ability to follow hunches, and old fashioned police work since science has not been able to help. Tony knows the murderer will make a mistake but when?

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About the author (2011)

Frank DiGiore has an MBA from Southern New Hampshire University. He has worked in numerous industries in a management and consulting capacity. He has written many training manuals and short stories. 20:13 is his first novel. Frank, his wife, two sons, and two dogs reside in the Ocala, Florida area.

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