In sleepy Long Hill Township in northern New Jersey, former members of Boy Scout Troop 186 are dying decades after the Troop was disbanded. Are these deaths coincidences? Accidents? Or are they the result of something much more dubious? While the police are slow to make connections, reporter Steve Mazur, one of the remaining Scouts and a well-known conspiracy theorist, believes it is the work of one man. Steve tries to convince the surviving troop members, the local police, and anyone that will listen. As the gruesome deaths mount, township residents become frightened and alarmed by the continuing murders, and by his articles in the local newspaper. The police suspect Mazur, but can they link him to the killings before more lives are lost?The incident was slowly fading from his consciousness as he became obsessed with getting the Model L back on the road. Registration and insurance were nuisance paper work. Inspecting the old tires for stability, making sure the gas tank didna#39;t contain degraded gas, checking the engine for ... Tim Hardy owned a twobay repair and gas station opposite the Millington Gypsum facility. ... On schedule, Tim arrived and, under Clancya#39;s unneeded supervision, loaded the 1930 Lincoln.
|Author||:||R. James Milos|
|Publisher||:||BlackOpalBooks - 2015-09-05|