Under the Polish Moon

Under the Polish Moon

by Robert Green


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Serving in the Army is an experience all of its own as Walt was soon to learn. His assignment of working in a stockade resulted in friendships that carried over into civilian life. After their discharge, four friends joined together to operate Discrete Inquiries, a private investigation agency.
They soon became embroiled in a case involving a young girl, her family and the hoodlums who preyed upon her. The unfeeling judge, an unfair assistant DA and the solutions of Walt and his associates makes for interesting reading. Some unique handling of those responsible for the problems with more than a few breath-holding events will keep your interest, if not always earning your approval.
Under the Polish Moon is about life and the problems some of us face. We see the kind of people who try to harm us and those who live their lives trying to be of help.
Walt's humor shows through even in the trying times. The character's lives and loves are probably similar to people you know. Maybe even yourself.
You will find this book an easy read with flowing conversations and easily understood plots.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781460966235
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 03/08/2011
Pages: 250
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.53(d)

About the Author

Robert R. Green graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison where he took a strong interest in writing and has been writing various monthly newsletters ever since. This is his first work other than his biography. He held numerous jobs and served in the U.S. Army. During his life he has visited all 50 states and been privileged to travel through parts of over 60 countries. He has lived in six states and temporarily in Germany. Bob, and his wife Barbara, now live in Arizona which he feels offers weather that is kinder to his body.
Bob's friends and faithful newsletter readers often said "...you should write a book..." Now we'll see if they were right!

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