The Last Kiss

The Last Kiss

George Blum

Mystery & Thrillers

A suspicious death occurs in the peaceful village of Hassman, New York; a retired English professor, who is also the village's self-appointed "amateur sleuth," thinks it just might be murder. The professor solves the lethal puzzle when a nighttime visit to the victim's cottage leads to the discovery of a mysterious poem and a dead cat, not to mention a near run-in with the murderer.A suspicious death occurs in the peaceful village of Hassman, New York. While the police and coroner write it off as a "natural causes" death, a retired English professor, who is also the village's self-appointed "amateur sleuth," thinks it just might be murder. The professor solves the lethal puzzle when a nighttime visit to the victim's cottage leads to the discovery of a mysterious poem and a dead cat, not to mention a near run-in with the murderer.
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A Rose From Sarah

A Rose From Sarah

George Blum

Mystery & Thrillers

Tonight Ben Stanton proposes to the special woman in his life. He has the ring, dinner reservations, a box of chocolates. While all seems blissful, things suddenly go wrong: anonymous phone calls, the shrill bark of an otherwise docile dog, rainy footsteps leading from his balcony door. When the past and present collide, Ben risks losing much more than the woman he loves.It should be a blissful evening for Ben Stanton. Tonight he proposes to Kinsley, the special woman in his life. He has the ring, dinner reservations at the best restaurant in the village, a box of chocolates. But things are suddenly going wrong: anonymous phone calls to Kinsley, the shrill bark of an otherwise docile dog, rainy footsteps leading from his balcony door. When the past and present collide, Ben risks losing much more than woman he loves.
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None of My Business

None of My Business

George Blum

Mystery & Thrillers

A cab driver had been advised that he would "meet all kinds, but whatever happens . . . it is none of your business." On an otherwise normal shift, he makes two runs to a certain house. While the first run is innocuous enough, the second trip could be murder. He is no longer certain if his "none of my business" credo will excuse his complicity in an act that just might have fatal consequences.Tommy, a cab driver in a rich resort town, had been told early in the game that he would "meet all kinds, but whatever happens, remember . . . it is none of your business." On an otherwise normal work shift, Tommy makes two runs to a special house in town. While the first run is innocuous enough, the second trip could be murder. Tommy is no longer certain if his "none of my business" credo will excuse his complicity in an act that just might have fatal consequences.
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