The Sand Bluff Murders by C.M Albrecht

Rosie Amber

Sand Bluff MurdersSand Bluff Murders by Carl Albrecht

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

The Sand Bluff Murders are set in a small fictional town in northern California. Jonas Cleary has applied for the post of detective, he likes the idea of a small sleepy town where he can settle down and hopefully start a family.

So when a dead body turns up, the first in twenty years, he’s not sure if the other officers are pulling a prank on the newbie. When the corpse proves to be real Jonas finds himself deep in his first homicide. He must try to put the pieces of the puzzle together with the help of the local townsfolk. When the body is identified they find the man was a stranger, and Jonas must try to reason what brought him to Sand Bluff.

A second dead body has Jonas trying to discover if the two murders…

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  1. Uncle Carl, I think you are the Most intelligent person I have ever had the honor of knowing in my life.. I sure wish I could have spent more time with you. ich liebe dich… Sharon

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