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Thirty Days Hath September

Robinson II, Frank B.

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ISBN 10: 1470167255 / ISBN 13: 9781470167257
Published by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2012
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Title: Thirty Days Hath September

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

Publication Date: 2012

Book Condition:Good

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Thirty Days Hath September is a dark mystery/suspense novel by newcomer Frank B. Robinson II that will grab you from the beginning, shake you along the way, and leave you gasping for breath at its shocking conclusion. The story takes place during the last six days of September 1976 in the small town of Black Creek in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Western North Carolina. The story’s main character is a sometimes drifter named Alex Madrid, who is temporarily employed at a small college as a security guard. When coed Miranda Toliver is found brutally murdered on campus, Alex is thrust into a dramatic series of events that sets the stage for the next six days of his life. Initially, a mentally-handicapped teenager found at the scene is conveniently accused of the girl’s murder. Alex, however, is troubled by doubts as to the boy’s guilt, and is determined to uncover the truth. At the same time, another student, September Jamerson, disappears from the college, but based upon rumors authorities assume that she is simply a runaway. Julie Kingston, a local newspaper reporter convinces Madrid that the two events are somehow related. Enter “The Wizard,” a maniacal adversary from Madrid’s past, considered by most a genius, who engineers a masterful escape from a Georgia maximum security prison, and shows up in Madrid’s backyard with his cohort, Charlie Blades (once described as “a man morphing into a troll”). The two have come to Black Creek to settle a score with Madrid, and the ensuing struggle will take Alex to places he has only envisioned in his darkest nightmares. CAUTION: Contains graphic sexual mateial that may be inappropriate for some readers.

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Frank B. Robinson II grew up in Western North Carolina, where he resides with his wife, Nancy, and their four dogs. Frank is an independent businessman, a student of the acoustic guitar, and holds a black belt in Shorinryu- Shorinkan karate. This is his first novel. A second novel, The Circle: A Moses Wolf Novel, is scheduled for release sometime in 2013. Readers may reach the author via email at:

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