James Dennis Beeson Weaves a Web of Murder, Drug Wars, Family Drama and Unlikely Romance

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An appalling crime sets the atmosphere of Beeson’s new novel.

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The gruesome discovery of a dead body wrapped in plastic sets the atmosphere of “Death by Plastic and Revenge, Oh Dear!”, a new novel by James Dennis Beeson. Using a storytelling style that readers have come to love in previous works like “Death and the Lottery Family” and “Death in the Recovery Room”, Beeson tells an intricate tale of murder, family drama and an unlikely romance.

Lt. Jay Hutchinson is tasked to lead the investigation to uncover the truth behind a chilling murder. To make matters worse, the appalling crime foreshadows a war between two powerful crime organizations. With all the forces at work, Hutchinson expects the case to be tricky and dangerous, what he did not expect was the victim’s widow falling in love with him. Beeson, the gripping and witty narrator, guides readers through the streets of Miami, clandestine meetings of drug cartels, gunfights and finally to his novel’s stunning conclusion.

“Death by Plastic and Revenge, Oh Dear!” sets itself apart from other novels in the genre as it works simultaneously as a chilling crime thriller, an unlikely love story and a complex family saga; in the undercurrents are the alarmingly pervasive issues of drug trafficking and gang wars. Moving to a stunning crescendo of suspense, this gripping cat and mouse game of a book will absorb readers from beginning to end.

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About the Author
James D. Beeson, MD is an anesthesiologist with a prestigious career of over four decades, spanning three hospitals and holding several leadership positions with the American Society of Anesthesiologist. Now enjoying his retirement, Dr. Beeson is actively involved in the Rotary Club and enjoys philately, poker and wine tasting as his hobbies.

DEATH BY PLASTIC AND REVENGE, OH DEAR! * by James Dennis Beeson
Publication Date: September 26, 2013
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 265 pages; 978-1-4836-9659-1
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 265 pages; 978-1-4836-9660-7
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4836-9661-4

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