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A Rain Of Death by John Logue
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A Rain Of Death (1998)

by John Logue

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INVITATION TO MURDER

It's January '74. Nicklaus wishes he were home with the kids. Weiskopf is ready to make a charge, and so is a bell-bottomed blond named Miller. In the world of golf and the realm of fame, nothing matches the Bing Crosby Pro-Am tournament, played at America's most extraordinary golf course--Pebble Beach--and drawing starlets, stars, and billionaires by invitation only. But this year the wind and rains won't stop. And a corporate tycoon has dropped dead in The Lodge, crowded with celebrities.

For jaded veteran golf writer John Morris and his beautiful globe-trotting lover, Julia Sullivan, it's more than a dramatic story: it's a black eye on golf's most stellar event. Now, as Morris and Sullivan try to solve the murder, they find a collision of ambition, talent, and greed that reaches from the golden days of Hollywood to the windswept Monterey Peninsula--where a killer's game has just begun...

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