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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Mystery & Detective / General
  • Language:English
  • Series title:The Bernard and Clydesdale Mysteries
  • Series Number:1
  • Pages:176
  • Duration:4 Hours 28 Minutes
  • eBook ISBN:9781667875736
  • Paperback ISBN:9781667875729
  • Audiobook ISBN:9798350902556

Echoes of Red

A Bernard and Clydesdale Mystery

by Margaret Cravens

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A pair of private investigators look into the murder of a radio DJ, confronting secrets both in his past and their own.
When radio DJ Caleb Fredrick is found murdered one morning in January, the general assumption is that his death was the tragic result of a robbery gone wrong. However, as the investigation starts to drag, Caleb's wife grows desperate for answers, desperate enough that she hires Ben Clydesdale, a Private Investigator, to look into her husband's murder. Ben quickly realizes that the music scene of their small town is completely foreign to him, so when he bumps into an acquaintance at a bar, Julie Bernard, the daughter of a former colleague and friend, he brings her onto the case to serve as his guide. Together, Ben and Julie are faced with the somewhat daunting task of unraveling the mysteries surrounded Caleb's death and uncovering the shadows lurking in his past.
About the author
Margaret Cravens lives in Annapolis, Maryland. Echoes of Red is her first novel, but she has published short stories and poems alongside other young authors in various anthologies.

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