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Murder...They Wrote

Agapé Jones Mysteries, Book 1
Narrated by: Paul Janes-Brown
Series: Agapé Jones Mysteries, Book 1
Length: 4 hrs and 43 mins
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What if a retired NYPD officer is asked to investigate a mysterious death at the National Authors Conference where various attendees offer their theories and suspicions?

Murder...They Wrote answers this question as Agapé Jones, retired NYPD detective, tries to determine the truth surrounding the death of Robert Dyer, noted poet and critic. Confusing and confounding him are Robert's award-winning romance novelist ex-girlfriend, current young girlfriend, ex-wife, recently discovered illegitimate daughter, agent, an action/adventure author, famous psychic, longtime friend, and the mysterious countess. While Agapé enjoys getting a chance to exercise his old skills, his wife, Geraldine, isn't pleased, even though she talked him into volunteering as head of security for the conference.

Peopled by a cast of quirky and deliciously amusing characters, Murder...They Wrote will quickly engage the listener. It is filled with accusations, theories, twists, turns, and surprises. The authors each have unique personalities and bring them to the creation of the fictional authors.

©2009 & 2019 Larry K. Collins (P)2019 Larry K. Collins

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Excellent, fun book

I just finished this book and enjoyed it. It was a fun story about a conference that went wrong....I recommend it to those who want some fun.