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The Man in the Canal by Paul Betit

The Man in the Canal

by Paul Betit

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 193494985X, Paperback)

In the summer of 1971, Army CID investigator John Murphy goes undercover to find a murderer hiding among the U.S. military deserters who have taken refuge in Sweden during the Vietnam War. At the same time, Swedish police inspector Magnus Lund tries to learn the identity of a body found floating in the historic Göta Canal. The two investigators work independently until the thread of clues bring them together for an exciting climax. About the Author: While working as an intelligence analyst in the U.S. Army, Mr. Betit served lengthy tours of duty in South Vietnam and Ethiopia. He recently wrapped up a 38-year career as a newspaperman. He lives in Brunswick, Maine, with his wife, Deborah. The couple have two sons. Learn more at www.paulbetit.com.

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