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They Tell Me You Are Brutal

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Lies convict, but the truth condemns.
When five people die from tainted pain medication, Governor Duncan Cochrane must lead the investigation. The clues quickly point to sabotage, threatening all the citizens of Chicago.

Meanwhile, his son’s drunken confession leaks to a journalist with an agenda. To protect his reputation and his family, Duncan keeps the boy by his side,
Published December 4th 2017 by Evolved Publishing LLC
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Kevin Grady
Apr 21, 2018 rated it really liked it
"They Tell Me You Are Brutal" is the third in the series of historically-based crime novels. The hero of the series, Governor Duncan Cochrane, is a wonderfully believable character: he wants to do what’s right but is conflicted in his motivations, as are most of us. Running for office, once again, Duncan is confronted by a series of murders accomplished by the poisoning of popular over-the-counter medicines, endangering the public, Duncan’s political career, and his personal life. Based upon rea ...more
Clary Tepper
Mar 25, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Loved this third book in the Duncan Cochrane series. Great plot twists and gripping suspense-I stayed up way too late reading it because I couldn’t put it down!
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