The Peyton-Allan Files by Phil Stanford – Powell’s Books

Posted: November 11, 2010 in Books
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Here’s the link to Phil’s new book at Powells. Stop by and leave a comment. I did. LOL! Besides me and his son there are only two other comments. Let’s show some support and say what’s on our minds, shall we?

The Peyton-Allan Files by Phil Stanford – Powell’s Books

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Comments
  1. ex-Salem says:

    Are you kidding me, it looks like “insideportland” is Phil. The next one is obvious, his son.
    All of the comments seem biased to me in one way or another. That will teach me to not trust reader comments and ratings ever again.

    But of course I am going to have to leave my two cents!

  2. Jeanette says:

    I was all set to be at Annie’s Bookstore in Multnomah this Thursday to listen to Phil about his new book and have my copy signed. Then I find out it was not this Thursday, but last Thursday (November 11th). Rats! And, great read!

    Just like the Francke murder, they got the wrong guy (Frank Gable). Definitely, waiting for that book to come off the press.

  3. Jeanette says:

    Annie Bloom’s Books…7834 S.W. Capitol Hwy…Stanford discusses “The Peyton-Allan Files” this Thursday (November 18) 7:30 p.m.

    Somebody printed it right.

    • Never to late to thank Phil Stanford for signing my copy with…”Free Frank Gable.” I sat next to a high school classmate of Larry Peyton’s and his wife, who both acknowledged when Larry’s sister, Carol, came to hear Phil speak. They were both shocked to see her there, but her comment back to them was, …”it was time.” I believe Phil started a healing process for her and the others to try to make sense of her brothers murder and the murder of his girlfriend, Beverly Allen. I hope he can do the same in the future for the true murderer of Michael Francke and begin a healing process for Kevin Francke and his family and Frank Gable, also, along with the real reason Michael Francke was murdered. I think by now, most of us have come to realize this was a hit on Michael Francke, not a bungled car burglary. It is time to free Frank Gable.

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