Highway Robbery by John Billheimer

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Highway Robbery by John Billheimer

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Failure analyst Owen Allison is called home to West Virginia. His mother is convinced that a skeleton unearthed by a construction crew belongs to Owen’s father, believed drowned decades ago. Owen’s brother George, a highway commissioner, is battling alcohol, a bureaucratic boss and environmentalists determined to stop highway expansion. When a protestor is murdered, George is the prime suspect. Owen investigates mysteries in the state’s past and his own family history to save his brother.

This Mystery Company edition restores to print the second novel in the Owen Allison series.

Paperback | ISBN: 978-1-932325-41-6 | 2014

“A wonderful blend of superbly developed and often eccentric characters … and suspense, spiced with some of West Virginia’s legendary skullduggery-encrusted politics.” – Forbes

“With his easygoing style and meticulous attention to detail, Billheimer not only entertains but raises some philosophical questions in this morally complex story of government corruption and the battle between development and preservation.” – Publishers Weekly

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