A Murder at Greenbrier
by D.M. MacDarvey
Katie Scarlett Adams had always said there is no such thing as a perfect murder. For anyone who has the ingenuity to come up with the almost-perfect murder, there is a counterpart with the ingenuity to stumble upon the truth. Katie thought she had an idea how the glove came to its final resting place behind O.J. Simpson’s back path, but it remained elusive until a certain night when something so uncanny happened that the whole case unraveled right before her eyes. This is how she gained her seat in the prestigious Greenbrier Armchair Detective Club. She thought that she had solved the most difficult case of her self-proclaimed amateur detective career, that is until, A Murder at Greenbrier.
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