The Cow Who Knew Too Much: A Kansas City Mystery

The Cow Who Knew Too Much: A Kansas City Mystery

by E. D. Nebeker
The Cow Who Knew Too Much: A Kansas City Mystery

The Cow Who Knew Too Much: A Kansas City Mystery

by E. D. Nebeker

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Overview

It proves to be a bad day for Eldon Blakeley. He is fired from his job at Garland Dairy. His car won’t start. His electricity is shut off for nonpayment. His wife leaves him for the insupportable conditions they had sunk to. And he is murdered while taking vengeance on his wife’s fish tank. Things cannot get worse until they do. His disgruntled wife, Autumn, schemes to benefit from his death with a two-million-dollar insurance policy.

When the young and amiable Doug Nolan discovers the bludgeoned and lifeless body of Eldon Blakeley on the cold bathroom floor, surrounded by dead tropical fish scattered about, with his head against the toilet bowl and his finger on the flusher, Doug knows he has walked into murder.

Can Doug discover who committed the deed?

Egged on by his septuagenarian sidekick, Mildred Clifford, Doug pursues the matter and discovers that one name rises to the top of their suspect list: Daisy the Cow. They hoof it to Garland Dairy to milk whatever clues they can find, and there they learn the best advice ever issued by a dairy: Beware of falling cows.

In an unexpected twist of historical fate, Eldon Blakeley’s murder becomes wrapped into the 1934 murder of John Lazia, the notorious crime boss of the Prohibition era in Kansas City. With his grandmother’s Bible study group also on the case, can Doug solve the murder of Eldon Blakeley before another victim is put out to pasture?


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781636307626
Publisher: Covenant Books, Inc.
Publication date: 11/12/2021
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 272
File size: 442 KB
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