It’s Murder, My Son
Paperback, 286 pages, published by CreateSpace, June 23, 2010, $14.99
Kindle edition, Published by Lauren Carr, June 23, 2010, $4.99
Mac Farraday suddenly finds himself the heir to the estate of a rich and famous mother he never knew. He trades in his life as a homicide detective for a life of leisure in his new home, his late mother’s mansion. However, he is immediately drawn into the mystery of the recent murder of the woman who lived in the house next door.
I don’t get excited about zillionaire protagonists–I’d rather read about more believeable characters. However, I’m sure Mac’s sudden rise to riches will appeal to many readers. There is an interesting assortment of other characters, including a dog that’s almost human.
The mystery is very complex and kept me guessing all the way through the book. Anyone who enjoys a good mystery will want to try to solve this puzzle.
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