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Follow the Leader e-book

Author:

John Logue

Language:

English

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ePub size:

1883 kb

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Rating:

4.3

Publisher:

Crown Publishers; First Edition (US) First Printing edition (1979)

Pages:

210

ISBN:

0517536455

Follow the Leader e-book

by John Logue


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Book in the Morris and Sullivan Series). Select Format: Hardcover. Mass Market Paperback. ISBN13:9780517536452.

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Why kill an old teaching pro, if you really mean to eliminate the leaders of the . Open?"" Doesn't make sense, perhaps, but someone has indeed murdered golf master-teacher Jim Rossi by tossing him off a balcony in Atlanta's Peachtree Towers Hotel. and that same someone is terrorizing the . Open being played nearby: the first leader is found in the golf-course lake; his closest rival is then discovered sauna-ed to death.

The acclaimed mystery-finalist in Edgar Awards for best first novel-set in the world of pro golf, by a master storyteller of sports suspense. First published by Crown and Ballantine, it is now an ebook. Open is panicked: after its TV host's suicide, the leader goes missing-with his putter. Reporter Morris doesn't think it's coincidence-or that the Atlanta police are pursuing it right.

Try to attract independent voters with John McCain? Or will the Republicans turn to Mitt Romney, the more traditionally Reagan coalition candidate who just happens to be a Mormon? The Democratic race seems to be more about (admittedly radically different) leadership styles and personal.

Try to attract independent voters with John McCain? Or will the Republicans turn to Mitt Romney, the more traditionally Reagan coalition candidate who just happens to be a Mormon? The Democratic race seems to be more about (admittedly radically different) leadership styles and personal histories. The Republican race is a battle over the future direction of the party. The choice Republicans make this year may change the GOP forever. Democracy in America.


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I began this series somewhere in the middle and thought to go back to the beginning. It's rather easy to catch the development of the author as writer and story teller between the two. In any case, and looking to 'Follow the Leader', I enjoyed the misdirection leading to the actual culprit and will be going on to the next book in the Morris & Sullivan series.

The only drawback of the ebook version, that I see (and I realize the book was published in 1979 or so), concerns a change of scenes within a chapter, with no break or indication of the change. I've not seen an actual hardcopy, but assume that there was some indication that, from one paragraph to another, one is moving from a scene with one character in a particular location to a scene with another character in another location. It took a bit to become accustomed to that issue.

I know I will give Murder on the Links a 5-star rating; I've read it twice and very much enjoyed it.

Other than that, a good read and I'm on to the next in the series...
Quellik
I have a feeling that this would mean more to me if I really knew the leading golfers of the era in which it is set--I suspect it is a roman a clef. But even for a non-golf fan, the golfers come across as very distinctive personalities. I first read Reply Murder, set in the world of college football, a sport I follow much more than golf, and though I enjoyed the detective characters, I was not sure I would like them in a golf setting, but aside from the marvelous character of Harry Carr, the football coach in Replay, I think overall I liked Follow the Leader better.
Ydely
I discovered John Logue by accident and am so glad I did. I love golf novels, but they are few are far between. I have read John Corrigan and Michael Balkind, who write good stuff, but they seem to have dried up. In their place is Logue and he does really well. This book is golf, it is mystery, it oozes characters and it keeps you guessing until the end. What more could you want than another novel. And, there are six more!!!
I intend to read them all, as should you!

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