Sandi and Pete have earned a reputation for solving old cases, and they’re approached by a woman who’d like a 1930s crime solved. A man was brutally murdered and his brother immediately disappeared. The authorities believed the brother was their best suspect, but they weren’t able to track him down.
Case closed – or was it? A lone police officer didn’t like the results and spent the rest of his life searching for answers.
Their client’s father had tried to clear the name of Harley Glosser, the dead man’s brother, but his efforts were futile. His interest in the case? Horace and Harley Glosser were his cousins.
With the discovery of a private room in the house where the crime was committed, Sandi and Pete must change their thought processes and start running down other suspects and looking at other locations, including an old speakeasy. The potential suspects are people in their nineties, so they also have to hope they’re still living.
Why would someone in the current day try to put a halt to the investigation? After all, the murder took place in the 1930s.
Circumstances are often not as they seem, and this case is no exception.
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Gin Mill Grill
A Sandi Webster Mystery
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The Sandi Webster Mysteries
The Bogey Man Mysteries
There's absolutely nothing funny about murder, but the same can't be said for solving a crime. Sandi, Pete, Pamela and Chris will take you places and introduce you to people and situations you'll remember, and they'll do their best to offer you a smile along the way.
From ghost towns to forties-themed restaurants, Sandi Webster and the Bogey Man will give you hours of entertainment. For more information, check out The Books page.
Sandi Webster is a young female P.I. with attitude. She has a partner named Pete and a half wolf/half Golden Retriever dog to round out her life. She adds a Chiweenie named Clementine and life becomes even more interesting. Clementine is a half Chihuahua/half Dachshund breed.
Chris and his wife, Pamela, are amateur investigators with an eight-year-old son and two yellow Labrador retrievers who want in on the action. Chris is a Humphrey Bogart look-alike and he often
plays the role of a 1940s P.I.
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Updated: April, 2018