David Santorino, his sister Martha and her children, find a quiet Florida beach-side rental unit for their vacation in the sun. The vacation starts out okay, but by the time the third scrawny old woman turns up dead on the premises, David is in trouble with the ferocious chief of police, in love with her sister the artist, and entangled with a web of busy children. In short order, the police chief's hapless brother becomes the main suspect, two of the children are missing, three families have pooled all their assets to gather an insufficient ransom, and the artist is attacked in the lower-level garage. Chocked full of action and intrigue, Murder Beach is a compelling read from cover to cover!
|Publisher:||Maple Creek Media|
|Product dimensions:||5.40(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
Evelyn Wolph Kruger lived her childhood in Los Angeles, her teens in rural Eastern Nebraska, her working years in a Chicago suburb, and is now retired to a Florida beach town. That means city to farm, farm to city, and city to beach-from the quaking west to the wind-blown east, with corn country in the middle. She loves going to school and has earned a B.A., M.Ed., and J.D. She has worked as mom, counselor, teacher, and lawyer. She currently picks up trash on the beach, pens poetry, plays bridge, and writes novels about serial killers and Revolutionary War patriots. Her novels; Revolutionary Rose: Boston Tea to Boston Free (2011), Redeeming Grace (2012), and Stalking Sadie (2013) are available through Amazon and Barnes & Noble.