Mowbray and the Baron: Being a Tale about Ghosts, Crooks, and Social Vampires

Mowbray and the Baron: Being a Tale about Ghosts, Crooks, and Social Vampires

by Mr. Howard Denson

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Mowbray and the Baron: Being a Tale about Ghosts, Crooks, and Social Vampires by Mr. Howard Denson

MOWBRAY AND THE BARON (93,500 words; 3rd POV) is a comic fantasy novel set in 1937. Its protagonist, Martin Mowbray, accepts a position as butler/estate manager for a Northern Italian aristocrat, Baron Culdraca, who has relocated to Fledermaus House in an obscure town in New York State. Mowbray knows that the Baron sleeps during the day and gets up after sunset, and his employer is aware that Mowbray can see, and converse with, ghosts. Mowbray acts as a catalyst to see that several murders are solved, even though the ghosts of victims aren't aware that they have been killed. He and the Baron are instrumental in unraveling the cause of a train wreck that kills dozens.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781512390513
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 08/25/2015
Pages: 290
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.61(d)

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