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Table Of Contents

Introduction
The Inquisitive Waitress
The Extortionist Makes Contact
Curiosity Kills the Professor
Recalling Nelson Barrett’s Murder
The Fishing Trip
Norm Bates, Investigative Reporter
Professor Lambert Is Missing
Three Men in the (Newspaper) Morgue
A Raleigh-Kinston Connection?
A Break in the Investigation?
The Demise of the Atwaters
The Meddlesome Heir
Closer to a Motive
The Lonely Widower
The Drowning Accident
Reflections of a Nervous Facilitator
No Living Relatives
Enter the Facilitator
Facilitator on the Run
The Demise of the “Secret Agent”
Revelations in New Bern
Shootout at the Cary Motel
The Mastermind’s Plethora of Problems
Barry Grantley’s Brilliant Scheme
The Kidnapping-March 7, 1921
The Isolated Farmhouse
The Clue in the Cabinet
The Extortionist’s Plan Revealed
Bernie Rutledge’s Moral Dilemma
Monday, March 10, 1921
Shadowing a Kidnapper
The Isolated Farmhouse Revisited
Showdown at the Port of Baltimore
Monday, March 17, 1921
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The Trust Of Old Men

The Trust Of Old Men

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Our saga began with a mysterious hit-and-run accident on a narrow, snow-swept highway in eastern North Carolina at 7:15 p.m. on December 20, 1920.It ended three months later in a hail of gunfire on the fourth-deck passageway of a Panama-bound steamship in Baltimore harbor.Could these two seminal events relate to the presumed accidental deaths of seventeen elderly residents of five rural North Carolina Coastal Plain counties, each of whom just happened to be the last surviving member of his or her line? The authorities were mystified.Perhaps the reader should not expect a happy ending. Interesting? Immensely. Predictable? Absolutely not. Another page-turner? Most assuredly.
Our saga began with a mysterious hit-and-run accident on a narrow, snow-swept highway in eastern North Carolina at 7:15 p.m. on December 20, 1920.It ended three months later in a hail of gunfire on the fourth-deck passageway of a Panama-bound steamship in Baltimore harbor.Could these two seminal events relate to the presumed accidental deaths of seventeen elderly residents of five rural North Carolina Coastal Plain counties, each of whom just happened to be the last surviving member of his or her line? The authorities were mystified.Perhaps the reader should not expect a happy ending. Interesting? Immensely. Predictable? Absolutely not. Another page-turner? Most assuredly.

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