Bloomington, IN (Vocus) July 1, 2010
Xlibris, the world’s leading print-on-demand self-publishing services provider, announced today the release of Gently Into The Night, a new book of mystery authored by Harrison Lee Rodebaugh.
Gently Into The Night introduces readers to Sam Burke and Christopher Combs, two workers at a Saint Louis TV station. Sam works as a broadcast engineer while Chris serves as an anchorman for the local evening news. Both men are friends and at the same time excel in their respective fields. To the shock of the St. Louis station's owner, Sandra Clayton, Sam gets a job at the Saint Louis County Police Department. Several years later, things suddenly change when a woman gets murdered causing Sam to work on the case, closely followed by his former employer (the TV station). At this point, the plot thickens and the search for the killer intensifies.
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About the Author
Harrison Lee Rodebaugh was born in Saint Louis, Missouri on October 3, 1937. He went to Roxana High School in Roxana, Illinois which is twenty miles northeast of Saint Louis. He joined the USAF two days after he graduated in 1956, and worked as a radar operator until 1960. While working for the Missouri pacific Railroad, the author moonlighted as a broadcast engineer for five years after he got his FCC First class license. The author was a TV repairman on the side also. Rodebaugh is married, has two fine sons, and now has a baby grandson.
Gently Into The Night * by Harrison Lee Rodebaugh
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Publication Date: June 28, 2010
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 248 pages; 978-1-4535-1315-6
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 248 pages; 978-1-4535-1316-3
eBook; $9.99; 978-1-4535-1317-0
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