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On the edge of Macon s historic district stands a row of old houses on a street named Orange Terrace. Straw man Sam Hooper sets out to purchase the properties to expand the sprawling medical complex and runs headlong into owners with shadowy bonds that date back decades. One of Sam s clients is found face down in his hot tub; then another dies mysteriously. Business gets personal when Sam begins dating the beautiful daughter of another resident. A routine project suddenly spins out of control as Sam learns that wrinkles and weak memories cannot mask wicked choices made back in the day.
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Rick Maier grew up in Delaware and moved to Georgia in 1984. Affections for his adopted hometown of Macon are evident in Orange Terrace as well as his earlier novels, Bone Dust and Exit South. In addition to raising three teenagers and managing finances at Wesleyan College, he is involved with Rotary, the Ocmulgee Heritage Trail, Stratford Academy, and Martha Bowman United Methodist Church.Review:
"The dialogue keeps the reader involved in every move and moment. Each character and turn of the plot pulls you along in this richly textured thriller." --Jodi Palmer, Publisher Macon Magazine
"Maier transforms a quiet street into a dead-man's curve of twists and turns. Buckle your seat belt!'' --Ed Grisamore, Macon Telegraph columnist
Rick Maier has created a book that is dramatic, funny and romantic... a triple threat. --Jackie K. Cooper, Author of The Sunrise Remembers
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Book Description Blue Marble Books, LLC, 2010. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111934144320
Book Description Blue Marble Books, LLC, 2010. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1934144320