Web Miter is a retired business guru and a former CEO of United Eastern, one of the largest corporations in the country. Heas playing in a foursome in the Hartford Pro-Am, a PGA tour stop in the small town of Lordship, Connecticut, with pro golfer John Rollings. The best round of Miteras life ends tragically when an explosion rocks the seventeenth hole. Is it a random killing by golf terrorists, or is it a calculated murder committed by one of Miteras enemies? As Alco Insurance Company investigator Wayne Sedlock sifts through Miteras past, the list of suspects runs the gamut and includes an anti-outsourcing group, an Indian tribe jockeying for a new casino, and a group of ex-Marines who served with Miter in Vietnam. A crime that breaks new ground, Sedlock and Detective Richard Geany of Lordship, Connecticut, Police Department, sift through all of the clues to determine who had the motive and means to murder Miter on the course.Web Miter may very well have learned many of his leadership principles in Vietnam, Sedlock thought. He tried to aid good Marines like Little Coyote even though the young Marine broke the rules by sending C4 home to his father. ... Less expensive products even though it meant the loss of some jobs in the U.S.A. After he finished with his notes ... aIt lists a wreath laying ceremony at the Vietnam Wall tomorrow on August 2nd at 11 A.M. The other big events are a visit to the Marine Corps.
|Title||:||Murder on the 17th Hole|
|Author||:||Thomas P. Evans|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2010-02-09|