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Persona of Persuasion: A Drag Shergi Mystery

Kimberly Vogel

Publisher: Lulu.com

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Summary

First Age, Year 962: Detective Drag Shergi is out with Oswald for a birthday weekend. Though out in the boonies, the big city comes to visit. The two Shergi men are invited to a party. Like them, the politicians came out to relax. Neither set has their wish as a third person brings in violence. In the aftermath with the political climate as it is, heads will roll, but will Drag's be next? He doesn't have only himself to worry about, either. What will happen to the meddling detective and his cousin? Hopefully no rogue spirits will make an appearance...

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