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Death of a Bus Driver
Death of a Bus Driver

AIR DATE: April 25, 2012

Las Vegas author Leon Rose was a journalist for many years but he was forced into retirement by failing sight. He has spent some of that time in retirement writing a mystery novel about a tour bus driver who is found dead at Buffalo Bill's at Primm. His sleuth, Alan Golden, is blind but worked as a journalist until his sight failed. Leon Rose joins us to talk about his new book and how a blind man can be a hero in solving the mystery.

Leon Rose, author, Death of a Bus Driver

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