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George L Fleming
Five Catholic priests have been murdered all around Tampa Bay. Law enforcement forms a task force, but is unable to find this killer, whose weapon of choice leaves clues but no answers. Father Angel, head of the Vatican’s special security projects, hires Reed O’Hara to hunt down this killer. Reed is a Tampa attorney and private investigator. She is a relentless pursuer of justice in the courtroom or on the streets. Reed and her husband Jake Dupree agree to track down the priest killer, even though they are fighting a takeover of their nightclub by Russian mobster Victor Petrov.
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11 21 19
Cigar City Book Talk and Happy Hour
St. Petersburg Museum of History Happy Hour Event
Tales from a 1980s Creative Ghetto
Featuring Paul Wilborn
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Join us Thursday, November 21st as the Museum of History welcomes Paul Wilborn for an enthralling presentation about the “creative ghetto” that was Ybor City in the 1980s.
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