Deadly Reunion

Deadly Reunion George Barclay is an unlikely hero A talented respected television journalist yes but in most other ways an ordinary man something of a social misfit at that overweight single shy ill at ease e

  • Title: Deadly Reunion
  • Author: Ron Handberg
  • ISBN: 9780878393626
  • Page: 345
  • Format: Paperback
  • George Barclay is an unlikely hero A talented, respected television journalist, yes, but in most other ways an ordinary man, something of a social misfit at that overweight, single, shy, ill at ease everywhere except in his newsroom So how does he become the center of an intriguing mystery surrounding the rape and murder of a high school classmate almost twenty years beGeorge Barclay is an unlikely hero A talented, respected television journalist, yes, but in most other ways an ordinary man, something of a social misfit at that overweight, single, shy, ill at ease everywhere except in his newsroom So how does he become the center of an intriguing mystery surrounding the rape and murder of a high school classmate almost twenty years before A mystery that puts Barclay and those around him in the sights of a psychotic killer It is a story of teenage obsession, of a long lost first love, and of Barclays efforts to find justice for a woman he hardly knew, justice that has eluded police for decades All in the face of a professional crisis that could cost him and his colleagues their jobs, and their city the loss of a great television station Say what you will about George Barclays shortcomings, but lack of determinationand courageare not among of them.

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    1 thought on “Deadly Reunion”

    1. Overall this was a good read. I've read all of his books, but it's been so long ago. I seem to remember liking the other books more than this one, but it was still an enjoyable read. I would definitely recommend anything by Ron Handberg.

    2. This was an average mystery. I was intriqued because the author was a producer for WCCO, a Minneapolis television station.

    3. A decent read, but here's something that distracted me: If you're going to quote John Sandford on the back cover of your book, you might want to spell his last name right.

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