The Board Game Murders by Linda Rae Blair

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A teeny, tiny little book of mystery. How many people can be murdered in just 75 pages? And how does mega-wealthy Charles Moneymaker and his friend and author, James Reading (of the railroad Readings, of course) figure it all out?

A 1936 holiday invitation from Moneymaker's old friend, Marvin Cosgrove, to spend Christmas at his estate, The Gardens, cannot be passed up. By inviting a group of guests with little or nothing in common, Moneymaker's old friend, Coz, has set off a string of deadly events as his guests begin to die!

Can Moneymaker and James figure how who the killer is or, by Christmas, will the killer be the last one left alive?

And just how many board games can be used in the process?

About Linda Rae Blair

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Raleigh artist, Linda Rae Blair has spent many happy hours in Virginia Beach during off-season when the winds blow hard and cold and the salty air whips at the weather-protected palms. This is the locale chosen for the first of her Preston Andrews series. Locals and visitors alike will find many familiar frames of reference in this, her latest novel.
Published September 25, 2011 by Linda Rae Blair, Author. 94 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction