A Family Feud Texas Style: A Private Detective Murder Mystery

A Family Feud Texas Style: A Private Detective Murder Mystery

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Overview

Valuable land, oil, and murder make strange bedfellows.

Denny McConnell, Private Investigator, is hired to research the deeds, land swaps, and old lawsuits regarding Texas ranchland and oil, the rights to which are now disputed by Wendy Axtell Shearer. Obstacles develop, in part, because of Wendy's charming but flawed character.

Denny puts to good use his engineering skills, and becomes entangled in the bitter family feud that includes murder, mayhem, and lies. Now, he has to stay alive long enough to untangle this deadly mess.

EVOLVED PUBLISHING PRESENTS an entertaining, intriguing romp by one private investigator through some deadly wheeling and dealing in the Great State of Texas.

BOOKS BY KENT SWARTS:


  • Denny McConnell PI – Book 1: A Family Feud Texas Style
  • Denny McConnell PI – Book 2: A Savvy Way to Kill
  • Denny McConnell PI – Book 3: The Texas Medicine Murders
  • ...and Books 4-5 are works in progress, so stay tuned.


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781622538416
Publisher: Evolved Publishing
Publication date: 08/10/2020
Series: Denny McConnell PI , #1
Edition description: First Softcover ed.
Pages: 264
Product dimensions: 6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.60(d)

About the Author

AUTHOR: Kent Swarts was an aerospace engineer for 46 years, and is now an astronomer. He has edited the Central Texas Astronomical Society's newsletter for 15 years. He's published in six sci-fi and dystopian anthologies. Now retired, he finds retirement more demanding than any job he's had. He lives in Waco, Texas with his wife and dog, and when not writing, he reads or goes golfing. Engineering has influenced his writing, particularly pertaining to characters and to penning sci-fi.

EDITOR: Books have always been a part of my life. I started early on as a reader and would devour anything I could get my hands on, from non-fiction books to the many fantasy series I ended up falling in love with. When I went to West Chester University, I got my Bachelor's in Literature. From there, I became an author, working with a variety of different publishers, each one offering a unique experience. Collaborating with so many editors and experiencing what a difference they made on my work pushed me in the direction of turning my applied skills to freelance editing. As an editor, I've fallen in love with helping authors produce the best versions of their work possible. In my free time, I have a penchant for board games, diner nights, and adventures.

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