This book includes the first three novellas of the Jake Wyler Mysteries.
Book one: Jake Wyler bought a cemetery. It was one of those impulse buys and now he was having to spend a large portions of his life savings to be a property owner. He had returned to his hometown to find his life turned upside down and involved in murder, missing money and love letters. He meets an old high school classmate and she handles his money in the bank where she works. Jake has no idea how to run a cemetery and since the former owner was murdered, he was now really lost. It seems Jake gave the former owner the purchase money in cash and someone murdered him for the money, hidden in the house on the cemetery property. Jake and the son of his lady banker turn the house over to find the hidden cash and come up with nothing. Two times the house had been broken into and was almost was cause for Jake’s own murder. A new book about an ordinary guy caught in mysteries and dead bodies. This book is a novella, shorter than a novel but longer than a short story.
Book Two: Jake Wyler owns a cemetery. He and his young friend, Paul, are working to get the house on the property fixed up and they need paint. They go to get some and run into the man who abandoned Paul’s mother, Becky, when he was born. There is a confrontation, then things get worse as the man starts to bother Becky. Jake has developed a close friendship with the woman and tries to protect her, but the man is murdered. Now she is a suspect for the murder. Jake and Paul have to solve the killing to clear her of the charges. A new book about an ordinary guy caught in mysteries and dead bodies. This book is a novella, shorter than a novel but longer than a short story.
Book Three: Jake Wyler owned a cemetery and now had new problems. It seems grave robbers were targeting graves in a nearby cemetery and Jake was informed to be on the watch for his cemetery. That was the start of numerous mysteries, such as hidden money being found in strange places along with jewelry and stolen goods. Seems the former owner of the cemetery was not an honest man, and Jake was inheriting his spoils. This is the third book of the Jake Wyler Mysteries. This book is a novella, shorter than a novel but longer than a short story.