Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?

Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?

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When President Franklin Delano Roosevelt's life is threatened, FBI Director Hoover has no choice but to dispatch Agent Harry Bierce, the one man he can trust to stop an assassination. Problem is,Bierceis no ordinaryagent. With no verifiable history, Hoover has no way to control him or his methods. Preferring to work alone and wanting no acknowledgement for his part in solving high-profile crimes,Bierceoften single-handedlybrings criminals to justice when other agents have failed. But when his search for the assassin leads him into a web of corruption, he comes up against local law enforcement who want to protect their reputations and federal agents who want revenge, no matter what the stakes.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 220 pages
  • 130 x 204 x 47mm | 288g
  • United States
  • English
  • 1943075085
  • 9781943075089

About Jack Martin

After receiving his Juris Doctorate from UCLA, Jack Martin worked for The Department of Defense and the aerospace industry, specializing in contracts and regulatory issues. Tracing his Californian ancestry back to the 1830s, Martin developed a passion for American history and the mystery genre. With encouragement and support from his beloved wife Sonia, he began writing. She passed away on Christmas Eve 2009 following a brave battle against ovarian cancer. He promised her he would finish the books and become a published author. He dedicated his first novel, John Brown's Body to her, the love of his life. Martin is the author of the Alphonso Clay Mystery Series set during the Civil War: John Brown's Body, Battle Cry of Freedom, Marching Through Georgia, The Battle Hymn of the Republic, and Hail Columbia.
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