THE MORGENSTERN MURDERS

In this sequel to The Sand Bluff Murders, former police chief Jonas McCleary has gone into business as a private investigator.

When a prominent surgeon and his wife are murdered, the family’s daughter comes under suspicion and in order to clear her name and track down the killers of her parents, she hires Jonas to investigate.

When she dangles a five-thousand dollar check under his nose, how can Jonas say no? He doesn’t promise to clear her name, but he does promise to do the best he can to bring out the facts whatever they may be.

But Jonas has a rough road ahead of him when another person is found dead and the mystery surrounding the case only deepens.

In the end Jonas may have to lay his life on the line to bring this case to a satisfactory conclusion.

From Write Words, Inc. Cambridge Books http://www.writewordsinc.com

“This is one of those books that will keep you guessing all the way to the end.  Loved it and can’t wait for the next Jonas McCleary to hit my hands.”

— Martha Cheves “Stir, Laugh, Repeat”

Un polar un peu pas comme les autres. Vous m’en direz des nouvelles. http://www.writewordsinc.com (Cambridge Books) En angliche, bien entendu.

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