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Title:
Rumors

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Contributor:
Bergsgaard, L. D. (Author)
Subject:
Fiction : General
Publisher:
Dog Ear Publishing, LLC
Imprint:
Dog Ear Publishing, LLC
Publish Date:
10-July-2012
ISBN:
978-1-4575-1208-7
Description:
The body of a young woman is discovered more ...
The body of a young woman is discovered buried in the vineyard at St. Peter Seminary. Within hours the Chief Investigator for the Boulder County Sheriff's Office identifies the remains and announces that he'd put the killer behind bars years ago. Case Closed! But did he? Doc Martini follows a trail of rumors and clues that at first cast doubt on the deputy's claim and then point suspicion at the priests living in the protective arms of the seminary. What dark secrets are the Sheriff and the seminary hiding? A dozen or more priests exiled behind the stone walls. Secrets or Rumors? That's the puzzle Doc and his partners must piece together in spite of a local politician intent on keeping some of the pieces off the playing board.

Larry D. Bergsgaard retired after nearly thirty years in law enforcement where he served as a Special Agent with the United States Department of Treasury and the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension. Mr. Bergsgaard's experiences as a law enforcement officer span from SWAT to international corporate fraud inquiries; from dignitary protection to covert operations; from undercover narcotics probes to domestic terrorist investigations.
Since retiring, Mr. Bergsgaard volunteers with the Pima County Sheriff's Department. During all those years, Agent Bergsgaard truly was as Theodore Roosevelt termed it, "the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood."
Mr. Bergsgaard writes from an inspiring lake view in Northern Minnesota and from a winter home overlooking the splendid Santa Rita Mountains in Southern Arizona. He is the author of the Doc Martini series which has met with outstanding success and comments from readers and critics such as, "this novel elevates Bergsgaard to the level of great espionage writers, the likes of John Le Carre and Fredrick Forsyth." (Ned Lord) "There are writers who aspire to be cops; there are cops who would like to become writers. Rarely is either successful at both. If he was as good at law enforcement as he is at writing, Bergsgaard would appear to be the exception." (Bill Henry)
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