Mystery on the Tramway by Albert Simon
(Henry Wright Mystery #3)

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This is the third book in the Henry Wright Mystery Series.

Henry Wright is a retired Chief of Police from tiny Eagle Lake, Wisconsin. He retired several months after his beloved wife's unexpected death and moved to California. He settled in Palm Springs at the request of his old friend Wayne Johnson, who is a captain in the Palm Springs police department. Henry spends a lot of his time at his computer helping the FBI profile victims of violent crimes. Wayne, and some of his other law enforcement colleagues request his assistance solving the most difficult times. Henry lives with his roommate, retired high school teacher Charles Knightly III. (Please don't call him Chuck.)

Henry is getting his home in Palm Springs ready for a visit from an important out-of-town friend when his regular weekly breakfast with his friend Wayne results in a request to assist with an investigation.

The world famous Palm Springs Tramway's last ride of the day arrives with a dead body in the gondola and no signs of a weapon or a murderer. Henry solves this bizarre crime with the help of his friend Gloria, who adds her women's intuition and interviewing skills to Henry's unique crime solving abilities.


About Albert Simon

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Published October 31, 2004 by 164 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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