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In the Company of Strangers

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An aspiring Presidential candidate commits a murder one night after being threatened with blackmail to derail his ambitions. He is unaware of being observed by a man gazing through a telescopic lens, who reports the episode to the police. Unable to confirm evidence of a crime, the matter is forgotten for months. Once it gets resurrected, the politician's main political ...more
Paperback, 304 pages
Published August 9th 2005 by Booksurge Publishing
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Oct 13, 2009 Steve rated it really liked it
Slow beginning, but it picks up the pace half way through the book. I really enjoyed P.D.LaFleur writing style. Book was fun for me because I'm from Massachusetts and could identify with the streets and areas of Boston where the story takes place.
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P.D. LaFleur is the author of four novels and several short stories. A native of New England, LaFleur has enjoyed a diverse career that includes café owner, business consultant, and President/CEO of a Boston-based financial services firm. He is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts at Boston, and currently lives on the shores of the Gulf of Mexico where he is a frequent lecturer on writing ...more
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