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Winterbourne

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Dr. Franklin Carson was the first man on the scene when a long-haired hippie was hit by a car while tending to the man’s wounds he noticed a gas in his bottom bicep and right before the man would fall unconscious for good he begged The doctor quote please help ‘Em!” And handed the doctor an ID card. This was 1962 where people looked out for the neighbors and done the right thing so the doctor quickly got on the phone to look for a relative in the vicinity of the school the card belong to this would lead the doctor down the Robin hole front with drugs in danger and the more Dr. Carson knew the more dangerous it would be for him. While reading the summary for the book and the authors notes I was so anxious to read it when I learned it was published in 1969 in a definitely lived up to my hopes for this historical crime drama. It’s about a nice neighborhood were bad habits and even worse people were moving in quickly and without remorse I truly enjoyed this book and if you’re a fan of crime fiction you definitely need to read this one it is so good a definite five star read. I received this book from NetGalleyShelf the publisher but I am leaving this review voluntarily please forgive any mistakes as I am blind and dictate my review.
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