Pages in Read Ink: Mysteries of Then and Now
Pages In Read Ink: Mysteries ofThen and Nowchallenges mystery lovers to beat the author to the punch! "The Hunt for the Gray Ghost" challenges a theory that is hard to dispute: Was Abraham Lincoln the victim of a Confederate conspiracy or was he the victim of a cabinet member's passion to succeed him as president? Even heroes can be turned to conspiracy,fellows can becomeenemies,and adversaries become comrades. Can a former legacy of Las Vegas divas ("To Be Too Rather than Too") find the killer of a high-powered divorce attorney when so many would pawn their limos and diamonds for a share in a hitman? In "The Problem with the Monsignor"Patricia McGuire, Sister of (Show 'em No) Mercy keeps the police on task as they investigate the assault to commit murder on the Head Master of a school for over-privilged boys. A "Motion to Dismiss?" could be taken from the headlines of the nightly news cable station. Does a departed soul take $30,000 worth of plastic surgery and a martyr's death to heaven in "Is This Don Giovanni or Is It Really Hell?"
Pages In Read Ink touches every period of history and every profession. I have found victims and felons from the best stations of life. But the lives of murderers, extortionists, and homicide police make much better company than saints.