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Spotlight: Steve Martini: Blood Flag

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Assisting death is at the heart of this mystery/thriller by author Steve Martini. Emma Brauer is sixty-three years old and has been accused of assisting the death of her father, Robert Brauer. Although he was quite ill and was suffering for a long time, he entered a hospital where he would spend his final days. Devoted to him and concerned for his welfare Emma took the initiative to place him somewhere she thought was safe. Paul Madriani and Harry Hinds have been hired by Emma to defend her and prove her innocent when the police decide she is guilty. But, before he died her father received a package containing a photo and a key, which she was told to place in his safety deposit box in the bank. Never questioning what it was nor did she ask who the mysterious caller was that haunted his waking hours and was threatening him without her knowing it.

Blood Flag: filled with historical events, compelling stories and a reminder that the holocaust really did happen. A flag filled with hate, fear, power, cruelty and a father who wanted it all at any cost.
Powerful, explosive and compelling: Steve Martini gets five golden stars for Blood Flag and a starred review.

 

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