Prepare to be shocked as the grisly details about the murder of San Marino computer geek John Sohus are revealed in Frank C. Girardot&#39;s new book, &quot;Name Dropper: Investigating the Clark Rockefeller Mystery.&quot; <br><br>Clark Rockefeller, the prime suspect in Sohus&#39; murder, may have been the last person to see him alive. Nine years after his death, Sohus&#39; bones were dug up in the backyard of the home he once shared with his wife Linda, whose whereabouts remain unknown.<br><br>Upon Rockefeller&#39;s arrest, Girardot began piecing together the convoluted tale in a series of articles for the Pasadena Star-News.<br><br>His research resulted in &quot;Name Dropper,&quot; which reveals inside information about the case Girardot says is the most fantastic he&#39;s seen in his 25 years as an investigative reporter.