Mulligan

Rated 4.67/5 based on 5 reviews
In 2206, Mulligan is a secret society of surgeons that alters the memories of anyone who can ruin their powerful clients. When Mulligan goes too far and commits a murder, David Prast is the only person to realize it happened, and that the killer is the most famous person in the entire country. At the frozen ends of the Earth, the truth will either be revealed, or end up buried in an icy grave.

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Words: 109,080
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452464237
About Tommie Lee

Veteran radio personality and fiction writer in South Bend, Indiana.

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Review by: Amber Topp on March 28, 2011 : (no rating)
Let's say it felt like a futuristic, Dan Brown novel. Suspense, mystery, action, adventure, deceit...all great elements in a novel. And modest, unsuspecting heroes as well. Antarctica was never a place that I even thought about 200 years from now. I felt like I was transported in a time machine. Excellent read!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Gary Thayer on Jan. 20, 2011 : (no rating)
I was very impressed by Tommies book. It covers the globe in a fast paced mystery. Hated for it to end!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: holmike4 on Dec. 25, 2010 :
This novel is full of mystery, suspense, and surprises. I was hooked from the first page. Tommie Lee has created a fascinating futuristic world. You will get lost in Antarctica, and you will enjoy the ride.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Andrew Frame on Dec. 04, 2010 :
How do you review the hard work of one of your best friends without either hurting their feelings, or giving the impression that you're polishing a turd?

Fortunately for me, it's neither when if comes to Mulligan.
This is a good yarn.

When I started reading, I only put my reader down for sleep or work. I was pissed when a certain character died. I actually gave Antarctica a good going over on the globe at the library. Since Tommie and I know a lot of the same people, I got my jollies finding the easter eggs. But even if you don't find them, Mulligan is one of those good books that you'll want to finish over the course of a couple nights, and revisit once you've put it in your collection.

And, don't read the last chapter first. Seriously. He's got a wicked-good twist laying to jump you as you round the final bend.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Maureen Lorman on Oct. 24, 2010 :
Tommie Lee has been able to capture vivid images I never imagined through his vivid desciptions and attention to detail. I was transported into another time and felt I was indeed witnessing this story first-hand. His humor - which has always been a hoot - sometimes is subtle. Other times, I laughed so loud my dog wanted to know what was going on. Truly hope there is a sequel!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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