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On a Par with Murder book. Now legendary golf writer John Morris and his friend, Julia Sullivan, are delving into the life and times of a golfing great.
On a Par with Murder - John Logue. Tuesday, June 13, 1995. My God, where are we? What happened to New York City?
murder at the US Open. Published by Thriftbooks. For those of us who aren't lovers of golf, John Logue's golf mysteries are a revelation.
murder at the US Open. com User, 11 years ago. A hot young golfer (no, not Tiger) is setting the PGA on fire and is making his first appearance at the US Open in Shinecock Hills. A whole cast of agents and golf equipment reps are suspects, and Morris and Sullivan are sorting them all out. Once the killer is known, however, there is the difficulty of getting the evidence to prove it. Or maybe, to prove the killer had killed before. And for those of you who are, don't miss out on this wonderful series.
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On a Par with Murder by John Logue. AP reporter John Morris and his sassy companion Julia Sullivan get plunged deep into the petty secrets-and jarring violence-of a college town when the football team's QB is killed. In Morris' own hotel room. Series: A Morris & Sullivan Mystery. Legendary coach Harry Carr-hated by all, famous for success-asks Morris to help solve the crime.
Now legendary golf writer John Morris and his sexy friend Julia Sullivan are delving into the life and times of a golfing .
Now legendary golf writer John Morris and his sexy friend Julia Sullivan are delving into the life and times of a golfing great. And what they find is a story more amazing than the myth itself: a story of love, loss, and gruesome murder. On a Par with Murder - eBook.
Frank Morris (1914–1964) was an American businessman who died as a result of arson to his shoe shop in Ferriday, Louisiana, a city with a history of racial violence. There have been allegations of witness intimidation, evidence tampering, and involvement by local law enforcement. No charges have been laid despite three FBI investigations. Frank Morris's mother, Charlotte, died shortly after his birth. His father, Sullivan, operated a shoe shop in Natchez, Mississippi. Barnes & Noble for the Nook.