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Scottsdale Blues by Kerry Rose
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Scottsdale Blues

by Kerry Rose

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Jimmy Gohns lived the good life. As Chairman of the Anasazi Resort Hotel and Casino in Scottsdale, Arizona, he ran the second largest Indian Casino in the country. He was aboutto embark on a new mission to create a separate Indian country when he was murdered in the back of his limo, while his mistress was down on his lap. In the mayhem that follows, Daniel Nauame, Operations Manager at the hotel, and nominally second in charge, was arrested for the murder. Convinced of his innocence, Michael Nauame, the son of Daniel, solicits the help of his boss Lenny Clapton. Lenny was a successful ex-"hair band" guitarist, who had seen his life crash and burn, but was now happily performing most nights at the Anasazi with his band, "The Blues Revue." Michael was his drummer. As Lenny begins uncovering clues to solve the murder, he finds himself stumbling into a world of blackmail, organized crime, payoffs, kidnapping and underage gay sex.

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