|Busted Flush (2005) [Novel]|
by Brad Smith
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(From the publisher):
Summoned by a Gettysburg, Pennsylvania law firm, aimless Dock Bass learns that he's inherited an ancient house from a deceased relative whom he never knew existed. Renovating the home, Dock stumbles upon a treasure trove of Civil War memorabilia squirreled away in an old root cellar, including pictures and possibly even a recording of Abraham Lincoln at Gettysburg. As he's forced to defend his new find from the onslaught of collectors, history buffs, and media hounds, Dock discovers that, much like Honest Abe himself, he's the right man for the fight: independent, funny, loyal, and stubborn as a Missouri mule. When the scallywags and opportunists, including as easy-on-the-eyes television reporter with one hell of an attitude, start crawling out of the woodwork, he'll need all of that and a bit more.
Original title: Busted Flush
Genre: Fiction→ Crime and Mystery→ Detective Story and Detectives
Fiction→ Historical→ North America→ American Civil War