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Black dagger

Author: Richard Lundeen
Publisher: Seattle, Wash : Create Space, 2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English
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Jazz escaped the abuses of childhood by moving to Los Angeles, where he rose to the top in the adult film making industry. Finding himself in possession of a half million dollars of mob money and a small brown bag, he fled with his best friend Henry to a small town where the two friends thought they were safe leading the lives of college students. The mob, however, would stop at nothing to get their money back.
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Suspense fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Lundeen
ISBN: 9781456341183 1456341189
OCLC Number: 733579283
Description: 163 pages ; 21 cm
Responsibility: Richard Lundeen.

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Jazz escaped the abuses of childhood by moving to Los Angeles, where he rose to the top in the adult film making industry. Finding himself in possession of a half million dollars of mob money and a small brown bag, he fled with his best friend Henry to a small town where the two friends thought they were safe leading the lives of college students. The mob, however, would stop at nothing to get their money back.

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A short novel with a kick

by T-Johnson (WorldCat user published 2011-07-10) Good Permalink

When comparing Black Dagger with Richard Lundeen's  other work,  Fraternity, it is  clear  Black Dagger is  a  tighter written  book.  It is a  short book, but one  filled  with  action with a  suprise twist  and ending.  The...
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