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Romance and adventure. Passion and revenge. Blood Moon.


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A secret no one dared whisper


Fly Me To The Morgue by Robert Randisi

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Also by Robert Randisi:

Fly Me To The Morgue, June 2011
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Also by Robert J. Randisi:

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Bullets And Lies, September 2012
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Fly Me To The Morgue, June 2011
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Gallows, October 2009
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Everybody Kills Somebody Sometime, November 2006
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Fly Me To The Morgue
Robert Randisi, Robert J. Randisi

Rat Pack Mystery #6
Severn House
June 2011
On Sale: June 1, 2011
Featuring: Eddie G; Jerry; Dean Martin
192 pages
ISBN: 0727880152
EAN: 9780727880154
Hardcover
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The new Rat Pack mystery - Bing Crosby wants to buy a horse to indulge his other passion – when he’s not playing golf with Bob Hope, that is. But when his trainer fails to show up in Vegas, and when he finds the horse’s owner dead, problems begin to mount up.

Time for Eddie G and Jerry to come to the rescue, urged on by Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra, in town to watch the start of Frank Junior's career. But soon the body count – and temperature – starts to rise . . .

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