death is Always With Us: a john holmes johnson mystery: looking back to the past

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AuthorHouse, Jun 2, 2010 - Fiction - 676 pages
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This book, death is Always With Us, is the fifth to be published in a series of John Holmes Johnson mysteries. It looks back at the background of John Holmes in order to clarify who he is and the key role played by an interesting roster of characters.during his childhood.

These are the people, places and experiences that created the rare blend of characteristics that identify the man himself. He was born in London, raised in the South Downs between Lewes and Dover. The bright, inquisitive boy grew to be an intelligent, curious investigator of all sorts of mysteries. His boyhood is fraught with peril as he watches his family go through many man-instigated hells in the course of nine years.

The nature of this book is such that it could quite easily have served as a Pre-quel to death is Belligerent, however, John Holmes himself pieced this material together, using notes left to him by his late Uncle John. Death is Always With Us is a unique mixture of personalities come together on a wide variety of life and death struggles, whose very scars built stronger than strong ties. You will meet them all in this book.

 

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Contents

Chapter
5
Chapter
31
Chapter three
46
Chapter four
61
Chapter five
74
Chapter seven
99
Chapter eight
118
Chapter nine
131
Chapter eight
382
Chapter nine
395
Chapter
407
Chapter eleven
414
Chapter twelve
421
Chapter thirteen
453
Chapter
479
Chapter
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Chapter
171
Chapter eleven
190
Chapter twelve
224
Chapter thirteen
254
Chapter
273
Chapter
297
Chapter three
312
Chapter four
322
Chapter five
335
Chapter
347
Chapter seven
365
Chapter three
513
Chapter four
530
Chapter five
549
Chapter
567
Chapter seven
586
Chapter eight
609
Chapter nine
619
Chapter
633
Chapter eleven
642
Chapter twelve
659
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