What if -- today -- a young archaeologist finds a tomb in the Utah Mountains, containing 16 skeletons, 15 of which are older than any ever found in the Americas, but the 16th has silver fillings in his teeth and a bullet in his wingbone?
And -- people start being murdered. Because the 16th Man vanished in late November, 1963, with proof of who really killed President John F. Kennedy.
…Blockbuster… I didn't want it to end. Shelley Glodowski – Midwest Book Review
…A thriller from start to finish. John Austin – Hollywood Inside
Stunning…Leaves you gasping. Lillian Porter – MurderandMayhemBookClub.com
…Hair on the back of my neck stands up…The ending is a knockout. Pat Browning – Dorothy L
If many more thrillers this good appear in books-on-demand format, the world of publishing will be turned upside down. Jon L. Breen – Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine
...a fascinating, complex thriller with a unique structure, a compelling plot and a blockbuster ending. Tom Sawyer has made a promising literary debut. Gerald Petievich – author -screenwriter of To Live and Die in L.A. Thomas B. Sawyer's The Sixteenth Man is at once a romantic and suspenseful thriller, a hardboiled private eye caper, a breathless chase story and a refreshing new take on one of the most profound true crime mysteries of the past century. Obsessed categorists will probably spend feverish hours trying to find a genre label that fits this powerhouse of a novel, but my suggestion is that you make better use of your time by just sitting back and letting Sawyer take you where he will. He knows the territory. Dick Lochte – award-winning author of Sleeping Dog