Bermuda Grass: An Alan Saxon Mystery

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Poisoned Pen Press, 2002 - Fiction - 307 pages
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Alan Saxon is helping to design a golf course at a new hotel in Bermuda. When his daughter, Lynette, agrees to spend a week on the island with him, he envisages an idyllic holiday. He is soon disillusioned. To begin with, Lynette brings a fellow-student from Oxford with her on the trip and Saxon has grave doubts about Jessica Hadlow. The girl is arrogant, outspoken and brimming with sexuality. Because her father is a wealthy international businessman, her attitude to people and to money makes Saxon gasp. Once in Bermuda, his troubles really start. The nervous Peter Fullard, the course architect working with Saxon, tells him that someone is trying to sabotage their work. Saxon at first refuses to believe this but, when he discovers a dead body hanging from a cedar in the middle of the new golf course, he has to revise his opinion. Then his problems multiply as his ex-wife, Rosemary, is only too pleased to tell him. Saxon begins to wish that he’d never come anywhere near Bermuda... Alan Saxon made his first appearance in Bullet Hole (1986). Other titles in the series were Double Eagle, Green Murder and Flagstick.

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Keith Miles has written four golf mysteries, and two architectural mysteries, set in America during the Depression and featuring Frank Lloyd Wright. As Edward Marston, Keith Miles has written over thirty mysteries, the majority of which have an historical setting. As Marston, he has also written forty original plays for radio, television and the theater; worked as an actor and a theater direct∨ and been Chairman of the Crime Writers' Association in the U.K. A frequent visitor to the States, he is an accomplished lecturer, raconteur and after-dinner speaker.                                  

 

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