(Lieutenant James Mysteries) (Volume 4)
Numbered drink cups at a barbecue backfires when mischief and poison are added to the mix. A writer is poisoned at a barbecue where the cups are marked with a number to identify whose is whose. The writer’s #5 cup and one of several #7 cups contain tainted bourbon from a pint bottle brought to the picnic by an elderly neighbor. Lieutenant James must sort it out and find the murderer. He uncovers some secrets about the writer victim, but a missing will, a closet drinker, and a college hazing incident provide important clues to the intriguing murder mystery.
Other Book Titles
Mystery at Pima Point
Death in Sequence
Upon the Moon and WoodStock
Murder on the Ice Floe in Nashville
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