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Having already read and reviewed a couple of western novels by talented Author Robert Vaughan, I was eager to read this murder mystery and I certainly wasn’t disappointed. It grabbed me right from the first page to the last. Immediately caught up in the murder of beautiful and rich Leah Graves, this “whodunit” was hard to put down.
Mike Carmack, the editor and publisher of the local newspaper in the town of Sikeston, Missouri gets caught up in trying to help solve the murder. He works in tandem with the police chief, Stump Pollack who has his work cut out for him. Big Clay Thompson pretty well owns the town and the untimely death of his only daughter Leah, leaves him fit to be tied. He is determined to take matters into his own hands and prove that his former son-in-law, Dr. Ned Graves has done the dirty deed. Stump and Mike Carmack are not convinced and they have a big job ahead of them to prove otherwise as incriminating evidence keeps popping up in the most unexpected places. It smells like a set up but…
This twisted murder with the "unusual" suspects of Big Clay himself, or Leah’s brother Joe Dean possibly being involved, add to this mind boggling murder mystery…or is there another more violent and vengeful man at large? Could it be the redneck Harley Mack Jenner? This is not your ordinary murder case…Leah’s macabre death proves otherwise and then a second murder takes place. Are the murders connected? If so, how? So many questions, so few answers unless you read more.
Kudos to prolific Author Robert Vaughan for another great fictional novel. A captivating read to be sure!
Inspirational Author & Book Reviewer ~ Dolores Ayotte
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