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Killing Bobby R.

An Adam Manship Inquiry


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Killing Bobby R. by James L Wilson
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"Killing Bobby R." is a fictional mystery. When a high profile Atlanta investment banker is murdered on Easter Sunday, Adam Manship, publisher of The Atlanta Democrat, sends a young reporter to cover the story. But Manship issues strange orders: This story is not to be printed, and the reporter is to turn everything he learns over to him. No one is to know of the investigation, now or ever. As the investigation unfolds, it reveals a story of murderous revenge, tangled loyalties and twisted hearts -- and why Adam Manship, the billionaire media mogul, has such a personal interest in it. Set largely in rural Georgia in 1988, "Killing Bobby R." is the first in a series of Adam Manship inquiries conducted over a twenty-five year span by his team of personal, in-house-journalists. The inquiries were always for Mr. Manship's private purposes, never for print. It is only now, after his death, that these stories are allowed to be told.

Author Biography

James L. Wilson is a former journalist, editor, stage and film director and advertising agency executive. He lives and writes in Louisiana. His other books include "Clementine Hunter: American Folk Artist" and a collection of short stories, "The Charm and Other Stories."
Release date Australia
May 23rd, 2018
Illustrations, black and white
October Light Publishing
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