The Pallbearers

The Pallbearers

Book - 2010
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From perennial New York Times bestseller Stephen J. Cannell comes The Pallbearers , a powerful novel in which Detective Shane Scully, who grew up as an orphan, must revisit his painful childhood to find out who murdered the kind and charismatic man who became a father to him

Pop is found dead, the victim of an apparent self-inflicted shotgun blast. He left a note naming six Huntington grads as his pallbearers. Shane is one of the chosen--but he doesn't believe Pop's death was a suicide. Now, along with the others, Shane embarks on a dangerous mission to unearth Pop's real killer. But the group discovers an unexpected adversary whose power and influence far exceed anything they could have imagined--violent, dangerous men who are determined to keep the truth about Pop's death under matter who gets in their way.

Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, [2010]
Copyright Date: ©2010
ISBN: 9780312532451
Branch Call Number: Mystery C PBK
Characteristics: 312 pages ;,25 cm


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Jul 02, 2014

the book could have been half as long-lots of repetition

Apr 25, 2014

This is not his best book. The plot is thin and kinda moralistic. It's sort of writing by numbers. Very diappointing .

Dec 18, 2010

Excellent Read!

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