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Die Like a Hero by Clyde Linsley
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bookshelves: mystery, mysterybookclub, washington_dc, new_hampshire, 1800s

DIE LIKE A HERO (Unlicensed Investigator-D.C./New Hampshire-1800s) – NR
Linsley, Clyde – 3rd in series
Berkeley, 2005 - Paperback
Josiah Beede called to Washington, D. C. and is asked to investigate the death of President Harrison. In the meantime, on a trip back to his home in New Hampshire, the new husband of a woman Beede hoped to marry is found murdered.
*** The dialogue was poor, the characters flat and uninteresting, and there was no suspense. Too much time was spent with the character traveling back and forth. I felt the author was trying harder to impress me with his views on issues of that time than trying to create a good mystery. There were two mysteries to be solved, neither interesting nor plausible. I just can not recommend this book.

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