Deep as the Marrow

Deep as the Marrow

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Baker & Taylor
When the U.S. president decides to endorse the legalization of marijuana, the Mafia determines he must die and, eager to cover its tracks, kidnaps the daughter of the president's doctor to force him to administer a lethal injection. Reprint.

McMillan Palgrave
When the president of the United States decides to back the legalization of marijuana, organized crime decides he must die. But for them to succeed, he must die without blame on them. So they are going to make his friend--his personal physician--kill him.

First, the kidnap the doctor's daughter.


Baker
& Taylor

When U.S. President Thomas Winston proposes to legalize narcotics and tax and regulate them to death, someone kidnaps the young daughter of the president's personal physician, and all the doctor can do to get her back is to kill the president

Publisher: New York : Forge, 1997
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780812571981
0812571983
9780312862640
0312862644
Branch Call Number: FIC Wilson, F 1997
Characteristics: 352 pages ; 25 cm

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KaliJen
Dec 07, 2012

I found the theme (legalization of drugs) and plot premises quite interesting and the plot characters and thier dilemnas intriguing.

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rahmmie
May 18, 2012

Not one of the worst books I've ever read but still, pretty bad

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