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The Pearl Harbor Murders Read by Charlie O'Dowd

Days before the attack on Pearl Harbor, Tarzan author Edgar Rice Burroughs discovers the body of a Japanese-American nightclub singer on the beach. When the bombs fall, Burroughs suspects that there may be a connection between her murder and the massive devastation.

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  • ""On the night of December 5, 1941, Tarzan author Edgar Rice Burroughs discovers the body of Pearl Harada, a gorgeous Japanese-American nightclub singer, on the beach. Although one of her lovers is charged with the murder, a police detective asks Burroughs to investigate further. Two days later, before Burroughs can unravel the clues, bombs fall on Pearl Harbor. But as the dust clears, so does the evidence: there must be a connection between Pearl's death and the Japanese attack."--Container."
  • "Two nights before the devastating military strike on Pearl Harbor, a young half-Japanese singer is found dead on a Honolulu beach. The murder appears to be a simple crime of passion, but writer Edgar Rice Burroughs, creator of Tarzan and John Carter, has his doubts. The writer's suspicions lead him and his son Hully to conduct a sub-rosa investigation into the sultry singer's death. Their pursuit of the killer coincides with growing rumors of an imminent Japanese attack against the Pacific fleet stationed in Oahu. Was the victim, who had links to both military officers and suspected spies, harboring a key piece of intelligence? With the clock ticking toward infamy, the intrepid father-son team races to crack the case in this compelling historical thriller."
  • "Edgar Rice Burroughs created the popular Tarzan and John Carter, but the exploits of his heroes cannot rival the writer's own adventure, sparked by the murder of a beauty on a Honolulu beach. The killing is written off as a lovers' quarrel, but Burroughs suspects the half-Japanese singer was executed. It's December 6, 1941. War with Japan is looming and Burroughs suspects an attack on Oahu is imminent. Was the songstress silenced to prevent her from 'singing' about sinister plans?"
  • "Edgar Rice Burroughs basking in the Hawaiian sun pays no attention to the rumors about an imminent war with Japan until he finds Peral Harada murdered on the beach. Did she know too much?"
  • "Days before the attack on Pearl Harbor, Tarzan author Edgar Rice Burroughs discovers the body of a Japanese-American nightclub singer on the beach. When the bombs fall, Burroughs suspects that there may be a connection between her murder and the massive devastation."@en
  • "Many believe a war with Japan is unavoidable, but world-famous author Edgar Rice Burroughs is too busy basking in the Hawaiian sun to take stock in rumors. That is until he finds a young Japanese-American singer murdered on the beach. Soon the island is abuzz with speculation, but before Burroughs can figure out who silenced her, a bomb decimates Pearl Harbor."@en

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  • "Historical fiction"@en
  • "Historical fiction"
  • "Downloadable audio books"@en
  • "Downloadable audio books"
  • "Mystery fiction"
  • "Mystery fiction"@en
  • "Fiction"
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Audiobooks"@en
  • "Audiobooks"

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  • "The Pearl Harbor Murders Read by Charlie O'Dowd"@en
  • "The Pearl Harbor murders"@en
  • "The Pearl Harbor murders"
  • "The Pearl Harbor Murders"@en