Furious with her husband, fifth grade teacher Laura Parker decides to go to Times Square by herself, in search of a single ticket to the Broadway play Hair. Instead, an impetuous decision brings her to the hotel suite of Attorney Paul Bradley. What she sees in the suite will lead to Bradley's murder later that night.
When an innocent man is arrested for Bradley's murder, Laura struggles with what to do. Will she be able to live with herself if he goes to prison, knowing that she could have aided his defense or does she come forward and put her own life in danger?
The story takes place in the early 1970's and brings to light a rash of untimely deaths that happened around the Watergate scandal.
Author: Dan Saltman
Publisher: Still River Publishing
Binding Type: Hardcover
Size: 9.00h x 6.00w x 0.81d
About the Author
Saltman, Dan: - Growing up, Dan loved to write. He enjoyed the creative process but had trouble with spelling and grammar. So he became a math teacher. He worked in a high school and as a college professor. Other jobs included teaching in an adolescent prison, teaching on military bases in Asia and teaching homeless veterans computer skills. Adventures included a private pilot's license, lots of hitchhiking and a few years of playing rugby. Along the way he never lost interest in writing. With the aid of the computer, and with practice, the mechanics of writing became easier. After retirement everything fell into place for Dan to write Dirty Murders. He had the time and passion to write a book. People close to him knew about writing murder mysteries and carefully guided him along. His career in math taught him to do research, to use his imagination, and to persevere.