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IAN BAKER'S .45



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Sinopse

    Dr. William Baker is a professor of American literature at Samuels University in Osgood, South Carolina, the small upstate community where he grew up. After more than twenty years of quiet living, almost everyone has forgotten how dangerous he was as a teen. His older brother Jimmy knows the rigid, reliable persona is just a front, that Billy is really “half bloodhound and half Rottweiler.” Jimmy’s history of incarceration has led William to describe him as “a B&E conviction waiting to happen.”    Their late father, Ian, spent twenty years in the army before a second career as a locksmith. When Ian’s Vietnam-era service pistol turns up in a local pawnshop, Jimmy asks for William’s help in finding out how it got there. William had accepted the official explanation that their father died in a one-car accident, but Jimmy is convinced Ian was murdered. The sight of the gun in the shop’s display case stirs something inside William that he can’t name; he isn’t ready to believe Ian was murdered, but he knows something is wrong. He refuses to involve the police, determined to exact his own justice from whoever stole the gun.

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano de Edição: 2016
    • Ano:  2016
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2001008638873
    • ISBN:  1230001011319

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