Michael Waterman is a successful millionaire due to the
success of his casinos and nightclubs. He always tried to stay
within the limits of the law.
Wilma Fenton, a bingo player,
was murdered one day while walking home. It just so happened
that her purse was full of money because she had a lucky day at
bingo. You would think this was just an ordinary mugging
- someone noticed Wilma won and followed her to steal the
money. Not so! Something strange happened. The
killer did not take the money. Instead it was fanned out
across Wilma's body. No one really suspected Michael
Who murdered Wilma Fenton?
Halliday had been employed at the Bull's Eye bingo clubs for
approximately three years. He was responsible for paying Wilma
Fenton her winnings. Wilma was somewhat disorganized and
dropped the envelope. Stephen ran after her and offered to
walk her home since he was heading the same direction.
Was Stephen responsible for Wilma's murder?
inspectors on this case are Lloyd and Hill who are now married and
have a little two-year-old daughter. They have their hands
full when a second murder occurs and then a third. The murders
are all very similar to the first one.
This one will surely
keep you guessing as to who committed these murders. The
author, Jill McGown, has been selected by The Times (London) as one
of the twentieth century's "100 Masters of Crime". You will
understand why when you read this book. It has an
exciting plot and very memorable characters. This is a must
read for all you police procedural fans!
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