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Karl Blumenthal’s Bluffton, South Carolina automobile dealership is being terminated by Universal Motors. He believes it’s because he’s failed to financially back the reelection efforts of the sitting US president.
 
For guidance, Blumenthal calls on good friend and former Washington power broker Taylor Clark. But Clark is skeptical. However, when a live round fired from a s
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ebook, 393 pages
Published July 29th 2014 by Open Road Distribution
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Arica
Sep 09, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This book was hard to put down, it had me guessing the ending all the way to the last page.
Jennifer Word
Aug 30, 2016 rated it it was amazing
For the first time in my own history of reading a small press book, the description for Bodies on the Potomac is absolutely dead-on accurate. It’s about a political conspiracy that at first seems far-fetched, leaving the reader just as skeptical as the main character, Taylor Clark, a former Washington power broker, when he gets a call from his friend, Karl Blumenthal, who’s upset that his automobile dealership contract (owned by the fictional Universal Motors) is being terminated. Karl immediate ...more
Meghan
Mar 08, 2016 rated it it was amazing
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Every time I thought I had this figured out...I was wrong and I loved it! This thriller is action packed and covers a wide range of characters, locations and conspiracies. I am tied on who my favorite character is which is great because there are so many well developed individuals who comprise a very sneaky and smart group. Rasey and Calloway are the the epitome of the idea for not take anything or anyone for granted. I actually disliked both of these characters at first, but near the end of the ...more
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Daniel O’Neil is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, a former sports broadcaster and current insurance consultant. His personal collection of fiction is extensive and serves as his inspiration to introduce readers to BODIES ON THE POTOMAC, his debut novel. O’Neil, the father of two sons, has lived in a variety of locations, including Wisconsin, California, Indiana, Kentucky, and Sou ...more

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