The Whiskey Creek Murders (A Hunter Grey Novel Book 1)
by Steven Jacobs
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The end of World War I ushered in the 1920's, which brought a technological boom in the United States, as great strides were being made in the automobile industry as well as cinema, aviation, medicine, and music such as Jazz. However, with the good also came the bad, as crimes such as bank robberies, gambling, drug trafficking, murder, and along with the ratification of the 18th Amendment, Prohibition, corruption, and organized crime.
The port city of Wilmington, North Carolina, was not immune to these problems as a rash of murders had taken place in or near the city, and the bodies dumped on the same rural road outside of the town proper. All attempts to catch the perpetrator had failed, so the mayor of Wilmington called the Allied Detective Agency for help.
Within days, Allied's newest agent, Detective Hunter Grey would find himself in the thick of a case that involves murder, betrayal, corruption, and an old family curse before he finally unraveled the mystery of what was going on ...
Genre: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense
Length: 204 Pages (1,321 KB)Lending: EnabledAdded: Sep 22nd, 2020