"Another winner from Alan Eysen. If you like interesting characters, all with their own stories, this second novel in the Martini Club series is for you." --Beverly Lawn, Author, Poet and English Professor Emerita Adelphi University.
There they go again, those well-off, smart, retired, bored Martini Club guys--looking for a little excitement and a bunch of money back on their investment. They were conned into buying the apparently worthless Caleb Lumpkin farm for a million dollars, but while on a plane ride over the land, they were shot at. Who was on their farm? Was something buried in the soil? What could possibly be valuable enough for somebody to shoot at them? The answer will take them way back in time and way forward into the future. And, maybe, there is more than one answer.
About the Author Eysen, Alan: - As an award-winning investigative journalist, editor and political columnist, Alan Eysen wrote for 30 years about intertwining financial and political corruption. He was a lead member of the Newsday investigative team that won the 1970 Pulitzer Prize for exposing widespread corruption by Long Island public officials. He also taught journalism at the State University at Stony Brook, New York and Post College, a branch of Long Island University. After retiring, he worked as a speech writer for college presidents and as a political consultant to both Republicans and Democrats. Now he resides in the Lowcountry of South Carolina, where he continues to write, inspired by his fellow Martini Club members. Yes, they really exist.