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PUNK'D: A Big Hole Thriller By Larry Rochelle
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PUNK’D: A Big Hole Thriller Music plays a big part in Larry Rochelle’s writing. He sometimes plays one song over and over as he types his thrillers: The Doobies, The Eagles, Benny... More > Goodman and Tanya Tucker have all been background music for his intense Palmer Morel thrillers. For his sixteenth Palmer Morel novel, he stumbled upon a classical violin piece by Treme actress, Lucia Micarelli. The sound is full of romantic gloom and is entitled “Oblivion.” And PUNK’D might be seen as an introduction to oblivion itself. The scenes Rochelle uses are both imaginative and spooky. The Pussy Cat Lounge is a strip club in Durham. The Big Hole is a former cold war location used for secret communications in Pittsboro. Elmo’s is an often raucous greasy spoon in Carrboro near the University of North Carolina campus. Café Diem is a small, punkish, Goth coffee house in Pittsboro.< Less
Killing Karaoke By Larry Rochelle
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KILLING KARAOKE Tennis pro Palmer Morel needs a hide-out to escape from a murder plot. He finds a good place at The Wildfire Inn, a bed and breakfast in Pittsboro, North Carolina. Looking for some... More > fun one evening, Palmer and his 6-year-old son Tony Jack walk to the traffic circle and spot a karaoke sign at the Old-Time Saloon a few blocks away. For a few moments, singing together on the stage is delightful. But then all hell breaks loose.< Less
Occupy Fearrington By Larry Rochelle
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Palmer Morel meets the Occupy movement in Carolina. When a demonstration is attacked by right-wing thugs, Morel escapes into the woods while motorcycles buzz nearby. Will he find who did the killings?
Southport Sisters By Larry Rochelle
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SOUTHPORT SISTERS The politics of North Carolina have shifted, and forty-six-year-old tennis pro, Palmer Morel, can feel the difference. The hatred has increased. The Governor has forgotten the... More > poorest people of the state. And the Tar Heel sports program is in shambles. Morel has discovered many secrets about the Tar Heel state, and these secrets have put his life in danger. Together with his mother and his young son TJ, Morel has entered the Witness Protection program and is hiding out in Wilmington along the coast near the Cape Fear River.< Less