Echoes of Distant Shadows
By Gary Clifton
Crime Noir, historical fiction (252 pages)
Available in paperback and ebook formats.
Dallas homicide detectives are called to investigate two seemingly unrelated cases: the murder of a wealthy businessman, and a gruff old man who insists he’s been murdered. The dying old man claims to have been assassinated by a KGB agent, that he knew Lee Harvey Oswald in Russia, and that he was present at the JFK assassination. Events quickly develop which propel international spy activity into the mix, adding an entirely different slant to the already hopelessly complex JFK tragedy.
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About the Author
Gary Clifton, forty years a cop, has been shot at, stabbed, sued, lied to and about, and often misunderstood. Currently retired to a dusty North Texas ranch, he has about sixty short fiction pieces published with Mannison Press, Yellow Mama, Broadkill Review, and several others, plus upwards of sixty pieces published by Bewildering Stories magazine. He has successfully published the crime thriller novels Nights on Fire, Murdering Homer, and Dragon Marks Eight, crime noir novelette Never on Monday, and a western short story collection set in the Uvalde, Texas area in the late 19th century, Henry Paul Brannigan: Stories Worth Tellin’. Learn more about Gary Clifton’s work on his website at www.BareKnuckleThoughts.org.
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