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by David Corbett

  • ISBN: 0595383475
  • Author: David Corbett
  • ePub ver: 1352 kb
  • Fb2 ver: 1352 kb
  • Rating: 4.4 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 198
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Inc. (April 12, 2006)
  • Formats: txt lit lit rtf
  • Category: Fiction
  • Subcategory: Action & Adventure
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Praise for David C. Corbett’s, A Good Marine’s Murder Great story-grabber, right from the prologue

Praise for David C. Corbett’s, A Good Marine’s Murder Great story-grabber, right from the prologue. You don’t need me to tell you that your descriptions of Marine Corps life and flying were right on the money! I felt like I was there the whole way. -Major General Richard A. Gustafson, USCMC (Re.

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Within days of the start of his investigation, Breakheart realizes that not only sabotage was indeed a factor regarding his friends death, but that it may be murder as well.

Select Format: Paperback. Within days of the start of his investigation, Breakheart realizes that not only sabotage was indeed a factor regarding his friends death, but that it may be murder as well.

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com's David Corbett Author Page. His story "Pretty Little Parasite" was selected for inclusion in "Best American Mystery Stories 2009. The story he co-wrote with Luis Alberto Urrea, "Who Stole My Monkey?", was included in "Best American Mystery Stories 2011 will rest close at hand on writers' desks for many years to come" - Cheryl Strayed) was published by Penguin Books in 2013.

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David Vernon Cox (November 27, 1966 – January 5, 1994) was a . Marine who was found murdered in Medfield, Massachusetts

David Vernon Cox (November 27, 1966 – January 5, 1994) was a . Marine who was found murdered in Medfield, Massachusetts. Aaron Sorkin's 1989 play A Few Good Men and the 1992 film adaptation of the same name were based partly on events that Cox was a part of while he was in the Marines. David Cox was born in Boston, Massachusetts. His family later moved to Needham, Massachusetts, where he would live until he joined the .

Corbett thunders out of the gate with this gritty, moving debut about an ex-con's readjustment to freedom and his efforts to reunite with a former lover.

Save bookmarks and read as many as you like. Freelance photographer and wildcat smuggler Dan Abatangelo blows into Vegas to hit the tables and taste the nightlife. In his path waits Shel Beaudry, a knockout redhead with a smile that says Gentlemen, start your engines. Corbett thunders out of the gate with this gritty, moving debut about an ex-con's readjustment to freedom and his efforts to reunite with a former lover.

He lives in the northern area of the state of California. One of Corbett’s early novels was The Devil’s Redhead. The book was published in 2002. In 2003, he would have another one of his fictional novels published and several more would follow. Done for a Dime would come out to much praise. David Corbett would also come out with more books.

There’s something satisfying about the best murder mystery books. The crime of murder is inherently terrifying, which makes these stories part horror fiction and part puzzle. You can feel the danger of murder looming in the background while also having the satisfaction of solving the crime in the foreground of the story. The reader knows that in the end, whether or not he or she is caught, the murderer will at least be identified

Colonel Jack Adams crashes an AV-8B, Harrier in the middle of a North Carolina bean field. The task of sorting out the cause of his friend's accident falls to Colonel Dan Breakheart, the Second Marine Air Wing's Safety Officer. Within days of the start of his investigation, Breakheart realizes that not only sabotage was indeed a factor regarding his friends death, but that it may be murder as well. Using information Adams' wife provides, Breakheart begins delving into the last few days of his friend's life. With the help of a young and lovely NADEP engineer and his best buddy, Major "Snake" Burns, he must solve the mystery quickly, but puts himself in harms way to smoke the malefactor into a confession.PRAISE FOR DAVID C. CORBETT'S A GOOD MARINE'S MURDER "Great story-grabber right from the prologue. You don't need me to tell you that your descriptions of Marine Corps life and flying were right on the money! I felt like I was there the whole way."-Major General Richard A. Gustafson, USMC (Ret)" I read this book in two days 11 chapters the fist day and then finished it off early in the morning of the second day. I had a hard time putting it down, as I was so hooked into the story and my familiarity with everything in the book from Cherry Point, Harriers, fighter pilots, O'Club, Memorials for fellow pilots, Hancock Yacht Club and its regatta, the Wing HQ, the Commanding General and Assistant Wing Commander, Chief of Staff and G-3, NIS, NADEP, and Marine officer wives. I was held captive, but it was exactly what I like reading about and kept me wanting more."-Major General Michael Sullivan, USMC (Ret.)
Comments (5)

Beazezius
Having served under the author in the Marine Corps when he was the CO of VMA 542, I really enjoyed how he developed the story to include intrigue woven with the reality of being at Cherry Point. It brought back great memories including the flying and sailing around Cherry Point. Great storyline that kept me wanting to read the next page all the way to the end! Even a non pilot will appreciate the detail he used to describe and set up this thriller.
Kemath
This novel was well written with characters that were interesting and the story kept moving at a brisk pace. I like a little light reading in bed and it didn't take long to finish the book as I was always eager to start the next chapter. Suitable for readers of all ages. Good job Colonel Corbett! I can't recall if I paid for this book or if it was a free download but either way it was worth the selling price and more.
Tantil
A fantastic read. You'll love it.
Uste
I found this book very hard to put down once I started reading it. It was very interesting and I found it easy to picture the locations where things were occuring since the author described things so well. I am currently reading the other book by David Corbett, "Abaco Gold, the Maravilla Conncection. Looking forward to his next book.
Twentyfirstfinger
iUniverse boasts some talented authors. In 2004 it was Amy Fisher's well-written book "...if I knew then."

Then, in 2005, John Galloway turned out what may have been the best book of 2005 from any publishing house: "FINE DINING MADNESS."

And now, in 2006 it's "A Good Marine's Murder" which will force you to call in sick for work just so you can finish it.

I'm well impressed with what I'm seeing from iUniverse, and I'm checking out their new releases every month.

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