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Over the years he has written from Beirut, Northern Ireland, Chechnya, Israel, Sudan, Sarajevo, El Salvador, and a number of other war-torn areas. He is the author of the novel Triage and the nonfiction books The 4 O’Clock Murders, The Man Who Tried to Save the World, and, with his brother, Jon Lee Anderson, War Zones.
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Murder by the Clock is unlike any other American mystery I have read from this era. True, there is detection and the policeman hero is. “At the beginning of time the clock struck one. Then dropped the dew and the clock struck two. From the dew grew a tree and the clock struck three.
The tree made a door and the clock struck four. Man came alive and the clock struck five. Count not, waste not the years on the clock. Behold I stand at the door and knock.” Eric Lomax.
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The Four O'Clock murders is a indepth look at the tradgedy of the LeBaron family. I found the book very interesting to the point I could not put it down. It looks very closly at how once decent beliefs can be twisted to suit ones greeds.
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The murders—four killings at three different Texas locations on J —are but the latest in a demented tale that, according to free-lancer Anderson (The Nation, The Boston Globe, etc.), goes back three generations and more.
The saga began in the early years of the Mormon Church.