Greenbough: A Complicity

By: Webster, Richard A.

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TLS laid in, in which the author mentions Eastman Theater and the iconic Powers Building, signed in black ink. Ink mayor's office stamp on corner of letter. 2005 Trade Paperback. 239, [1] pp. A self-published detective novel set in Rochester, New York, written by a man born and raised in the city. Rochester's last detective doubts that a city can commit homicide. That is until an investigative coordinator set to replace him bungles a case involving the death of a local author. From then on its all Theo, Detective James Theodorkakos, can do to keep the facts from unraveling into fiction. This much to him is clear: Greenbough wrote historical fiction, the kind that wrenches the false fronts off houses and praises the skeletons that subsequently arise. Problem is no one in this upstate town recognizes this view of their city. Instead, they go on avoiding the growing problems of suburban flight and a fading inner-city behind a misguided attempt at pride. In a last attempt to save his spiraling hometown, Theo conspires with the dead author in a crime to rewrite history.

Title: Greenbough: A Complicity

Author: Webster, Richard A.

Categories: Detective, Association Copies, New York,

Edition: Review Copy

Publisher: ., Lulu: 2005

ISBN Number: 1411657985

ISBN Number 13: 9781411657984

Binding: Trade Paperback

Book Condition: Near Fine

Inscription: Signed by author

Seller ID: 2267147