Tim Euston Series

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Tim Curious Publisher's Summary

Tim Euston was willing to risk his life for his nation’s independence, and his opportunity came when a murder involved him with smugglers and spies. It was 1777, the third year of the War for Independence, and the town of Yonkers was at the south end of the Neutral Ground - a no man's land that separated the British on Manhattan Island from the Americans to the north.

On a cold January night, Tim was thrown in jail - accused of robbery by the man who had hold of Tim’s 14-year-old sister. Two days later, a witness who could testify to Tim’s innocence was found dead from a blow to the head. The testimony of boys was enough to get him out of jail, but the father of one was not so lucky. He was wrongly convicted for the death of Tim’s only adult witness. Who was the killer? 

Those with motives had alibis. And besides, there were many who just did not care. Both the man killed and the man punished were drunkards. But Tim Euston cared. These men were his friends. Tim wanted justice and he swore to keep looking until the real killer was identified. But then things got complicated.

©2015 Roddy Thorleifson (P)2021 Roddy Thorleifson
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