Murder in Mackinac: A Novelby Ronald J. Lewis
Roy Nelson is a college professor who usually leads a peaceful and uncomplicated life, but becomes entangled in an ominous global plot that could alter the future of the world. The plot is fictional, but based on actual historical mysteries that will keep you guessing until the very last page.
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The plot is original and well thought out. The location, both in Michigan and Hawaii, is full of local description and color. However, the writing is stiff and action scenes poorly executed. There is no build-up of suspense and murder scenes hold no more excitement than scenes decribing dinner.
This book is a very interesting story about a professor whose wife turns up dead. It has a lot of local flavor since the murder took place off the Mackinac Bridge.