Lights Out: A Working Man's Mystery

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Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated, 2004 - Fiction - 272 pages
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"You may not think it, but life moves fast in northeastern Ohio. Just six months ago, I was down-and-out-stewing in jail and getting dumped by my pit bull of wife. Now I'm back on my feet, renovating a bar, delivering pizza, and thinking of cutting my hair. Just when I'm getting comfortable, the you-know-what hits the fan. There I am, sitting in Brewster's-eating my Number Four breakfast with the guys-when in walks the devil herself: my soon-to-be ex-wife, Marylou, high hair and all. She asks me to help her move. I say no. End of story. Right ... That night, a man is knocked off in my own trailer park, and who's caught holding the gun? Marylou. Drunk as a skunk. She doesn't remember a thing. She may be mean as a junkyard dog, but Marylou's no killer. The cops-mighty familiar with my reputation for butting in-warn me to butt out. But I'm stubborn. And no one's getting away with murder in my backyard ..."--BOOK COVER.

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L. T. Fawkes lives in Chardon, OH.

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