MURDER IN THE CORN MAZE by Gloria Alden

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In the 5th of this series, we learn about the background of Catherine Jewel. She convinced her brother to visit her for Halloween night. They are going through the Corn Maze when a friend, Maggie Fiest discovered a body. Police Chief John MacDougall wants Catherine to stay away from the investigation. Tony and Robin are in charge of the inquiry into the death in the Corn Maze. They find that racism will run rampant and the Davis twins disappear before the pair will find an answer. The story takes a turn here and we learn more about the town. I highly recommend this book and series.


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One Response to MURDER IN THE CORN MAZE by Gloria Alden

  1. bmary8222 says:

    Thanks for sharing your review with us.

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