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Fly In the Milk

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It's March of 1978 and a battered, steaming wreck lays at the bottom of a 50-foot cliff. Former boxing champion and football star Johnny Beam is found crumpled and broken behind the steering wheel. Beam was a gambler, in trouble with the law--and now dead. Was it an accident? Suicide? Murder? How did the former hero end up like this? In the lily-white northern town of ...more
Kindle Edition, 349 pages
Published 2012 by Bluestone Press
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Aug 17, 2012 Rhomy rated it liked it
What can I say about this book? It wasn't at all what I was expecting.

I liked it, though I didn't love it.

The story begins with a car crash that appears to be an accident but there is something around the scene that make the investigators believe there is something else going on. Who was in that car? The legendary boxer Johnny Beam.

The story is about him and his not so neat life. You could think he had it all, fame, money, women but being the son of a former prostitute and a pimp and in additi
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