Murder Express by Robert Scott

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Trouble seems to find Jack Elton even when he's in motion. During what he had hoped would be a relaxing honeymoon train excursion with his new bride, he is plunged, once again, into a murder investigation. One of his fellow travelers is found dead in a coach washroom on The Last Spike Special, en route from Vancouver to Calgary. At first it looks like Oscar Dempster took his own life. Even the police officer assigned to the case says he believes that is what happened. But, with the help of another passenger, a medical student, Jack sets out to prove otherwise. The clock is ticking and the miles speed by beneath him as Jack works to find the killer and uncover the motive for murder. The perpetrator must be identified before the train arrives at its final destination. In his quest, Jack will get to know some of his coachmates more intimately than he ever intended, for at least one of them is a deadly assassin.

About Robert Scott

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Robert Scott is an author and pastor. He lives in Saskatchewan, Canada with his wife, Shirley. Bob has been interested in writing since his early school days. He has written for radio and television and has edited several non-fiction books. He was privileged to have, among his university professors, the late Canadian author, Mordecai Richler. Bob is presently working on his fourth and fifth novels as well as a collection of his humorous short stories about the fictional town of Stevensborough. Advertising Murder is his first novel.
Published November 20, 2012 by Thomas & Mercer. 242 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Crime. Fiction

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