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Unnatural Deaths brings organized crime to Maine
REGION- The recognizable decline of industry, the loss of jobs, the familiarity of the rural way of Maine life and the increase in crime all come together in Robert G. Fuller, Jr.’s first novel, Unnatural Deaths.
The unfortunate two-bullet demise of the local shoe factory owner, Harvey Coburn and a case of being in the wrong place at the wrong time for Blackie Pelletier, brings a Soprano-type plot to the quiet western Maine town of Coburn.
In an entanglement of Russian and Italian-style backhandedness, the small Maine town doesn’t know what’s about to take place right under their noses.
Through brilliant investigative work and interstate communications; the team of local, state and federal investigators find the truth behind the murders and help bring down an elite mob family.
If you like the Godfather, Sopranos or any other organized crime family story, you need to read Unnatural Deaths. Fuller has craftily weaved several stories into one with pure brilliance of creativity and his knowledge of law.
You are sure to be drawn in by the recognizable setting and will most definitely think twice before taking your next vitamin.
Robert G. Fuller, Jr. practiced law in Maine for about 35 years. He also served in the Judge Advocate General’s Corps of the United States Navy as a reserve officer.
During his career, he developed extensive contacts among Maine trial lawyers and judges, law enforcement personnel, prosecutors and forensic analysts, all of which have contributed to the authentic flavor of his first novel.
Unnatural Deaths can be purchased online at Amazon.com, BarnesandNoble.com, Booksamillion.com, Borders.com or from a local independent bookseller.