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Thursday, April 28, 2011

Waterford author Shaun Webb to hold book signing

Waterford author Shaun Webb will be signing "Black Jacks" and "A Motion for Innocence" at the tailgate sale at St. Patrick Church on Hutchins and Union Lake roads in White Lake Township from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, June 11.
The book is described as a mystery:
Someone is committing murder in Lincoln, Nebraska, leaving a black Jack of Spades as a calling card. Jack Beauregard, a state trooper Colonel with gubernatorial aspirations, is desperate to solve the case and secure the election. Circumstantial evidence points to a cantankerous old local, John Garrison. Amy Fraser, a beautiful and aggressive defense attorney, is hired to represent him, but Amy has demons of her own. Abused as a child, she is haunted by recurring visions and ghostly apparitions. She fights for John, and for her own sanity.
Despite a lack of adequate evidence, Beauregard continues his quest to railroad Garrison; his political ambitions more important to him then the truth. Several subplots evolve around a bevy of small town characters.
Find out what the real truth is, or isn't.
The game begins, and Jacks are wild.
Webb leads a quiet life in Waterford with his wife Nancy. They have three children, Bill, Mary and Alycia. They also have two grandchildren, Keller and Ruth Ann. Shaun enjoys music, sports and the taking care of his yard.
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Also visit to link to "Black Jacks."


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