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Murder at the Masters [Kindle Edition]

John Buckner

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Cody Jenkins is a detective on the Augusta police force. A veteran of the Korean War and a former Military Policeman, he has aspirations of one day working in a big city. On his own time, he collects available data on unsolved murders all over the nation for a ten year period. By applying the same data to all of the cases he narrows the list down to twelve cases that all appear to have been committed by the same man. They are scattered all over the nation and he searches for some method to validate his premise that all were committed by the same party. In the process he manages to establish the occupation of the suspect. When a murder using the same MO is committed in Augusta, he knows he is on the right track. He enlists the help of the FBI, who form a Task Force to look into the homicides. While the Masters Golf Tournament is being played, another murder is committed in the woods on the golf course. The FBI Director is incensed that a murder could have been committed while the suspect was under constant FBI surveillance. The winner of the golf tournament is a surprise, but the way the FBI brings the killer to justice is an even bigger surprise.

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About the Author

John Buckner lived in the Central Savannah River Area during the 1940's and 50's. He left for the military in 1958 and has not since lived in the area. He does have many family members in Augusta and surrounding area, and visits often. He retired from the U.S. Navy in 1982 and lived in Virginia for over twenty years. He now makes his home in Chino Valley, Arizona with Shirley, his wife his wife for 49 years.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 809 KB
  • Print Length: 227 pages
  • Publisher: John Buckner; 1 edition (1 Dec. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great story 5 July 2014
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Difficult to get started but once into it liked the way the story flowed. Really loved the ending of the story.
4.0 out of 5 stars An author to watch 21 Oct. 2013
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I read many authors who develop a character and stay with them book after book. John develops good new characters and new story lines that holds my interest. He always has a Christian witness that I appreciate as did Oliver North but repeats it too often
I think for most readers. Publishers seem to shy away as they did with The Shack by Paul Young and that one stayed number one for forty weeks.
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