Case ID: A-111
Name of Deceased: Marjory Ellen Mosen
Date of Report: 12-Apr-23
Cause of Death: Gunshot wound to the chest.
Place of Death: Glen Acres Nursing Home
Date of Death: 3-Apr-23
Time of Death: Est. 02:00-04:00
Investigator: Marcus Alvin Demchuk
Marjory Ellen Mosen was not the first and will not be the last.
Stage IV cancer victims are being killed inside their trusted care facilities. Because rural communities keep their secrets, even murders, no one knows a serial killer is active in the farmland utopia.
Carin Trimble is Marble Grove and Hemingway County’s newly promoted detective. Carin is skeptical when Al, a wanna-be detective, approaches her with a pattern in a series of deaths.
Convinced an active serial killer exists, the Nursing Home Murders are the young detective’s ticket out of the limbo of being a small-town detective.
Desperately searching for answers, Carin learns that no one in her community is who they seem.
Al says he knows who’s next on the killer’s list.
Can Carin trust the information from someone on the suspect list?
Fans of female detective mysteries will be captivated by this page-turning novel that combines pulse-pounding suspense, complex characters, and an unflinching look at the dark underbelly of a seemingly idyllic town.
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