Politics Can Be Deadly
When the wife of an ex-mayor is found murdered in her home, Councilman Gus Reynolds and city bookkeeper Cassandra Thibodeaux become amateur detectives as they attempt to solve the mystery. Half of the residents of the small town of Serenity Hills, Texas, are shocked at the murder. The other half wondered why someone had not murdered Lydia Ferrell sooner. Gus and Cassie stumble upon one clue after another as they attempt to unravel the intricate web of local politics and money that led to murder. While questioning the colorful characters that inhabit Serenity Hills, they get closer and closer to identifying the murderer who begins sending threatening warnings to Gus and Cassie. Small town scandalous secrets and old rivalries form the backdrop for this murder mystery with frequent untended humorous twists.
- Paperback | 284 pages
- 133.35 x 203.2 x 18.03mm | 394.62g
- 12 Apr 2015
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About J T Davis
J. T. Davis is the author of the Mike Myles series, New York Stories and Other Potentially Libelous Tales of the 1970s and San Antonio Stories: Not Just Fiestas and Rodeos. He is currently editing the last of the Mike Miles trilogy, More San Antonio Stories: Lover Country and has begun writing the second in the Gus and Cassie murder mystery series. He and his husband live in San Antonio, Texas.