Bad Lie

John R. Corrigan

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Bad Lie

Bad Lie Will remind many of Robert B Parker and Dick Francis at their best Publishers Weekly starred review In this golf mystery Jack Austin promises surrogate son Nash Henley to find his real father When Ow

  • Title: Bad Lie
  • Author: John R. Corrigan
  • ISBN: 9781584655756
  • Page: 339
  • Format: ebook
  • Will remind many of Robert B Parker and Dick Francis at their best Publishers Weekly starred review.In this golf mystery, Jack Austin promises surrogate son Nash Henley to find his real father When Owen Henley is murdered, Nash wants to know who the man was, a request leading Jack away from reaching golf s top echelon to an international smuggling scheme A gunshot cWill remind many of Robert B Parker and Dick Francis at their best Publishers Weekly starred review.In this golf mystery, Jack Austin promises surrogate son Nash Henley to find his real father When Owen Henley is murdered, Nash wants to know who the man was, a request leading Jack away from reaching golf s top echelon to an international smuggling scheme A gunshot changes everything.

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    1. Conan Tigard on said:

      I have never played a round of golf in my life. I understand the basics, and have played both miniature golf and an 18-hole putting course at the Eagle Crest Golf Course a few times. I don't watch golf on television. None of that means that I cannot enjoy Bad Lie by John R. Corrigan. You don't have to play golf to get a kick out of any of the Jack Austin books. But I bet if you do enjoy playing or watching golf, you will absolutely love these mystery novels.The story in Bad Lie starts off slowly [...]

    2. Terry on said:

      4th in Jack Austin mystery series. Used for University Press LJ article. Serious descriptions of golf.Jack's a golf professional who quotes Philip Levine poetry and has dyslexia issues. Rather leisurely paced. Jack has a big heart and never loses sight of his priorities. Think Robert B. Parker or Dick Francis.

    3. Christian on said:

      This was the first book I read in this series. Not exactly sure how I ended up picking it to bring home, but I did! Overall a good readquick as well. Not quite up to Robert Parker like the cover says, but still good. I will pick up the other books in the series and read them.

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