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Murder Takes a Ride

Pat McGrath Avery

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Hap Lynch, a former Kansas City cop, now works on the parking lot of an amusement park in Branson, Missouri. He loves his job until he discovers a dead body on one of the parks rides. Detective Morgan, also a former Kansas City cop, is head ofMoreHap Lynch, a former Kansas City cop, now works on the parking lot of an amusement park in Branson, Missouri. He loves his job until he discovers a dead body on one of the parks rides. Detective Morgan, also a former Kansas City cop, is head of detectives for the Branson Police Department. He asks Hap to keep his eyes and ears open. Morgan suspects some of Haps co-workers. Could one of his friends commit murder? When Hap begins receiving notes from the killer, he races to solve the crime before he becomes the next victim.What People are Saying:Pat Avery has crafted an excellent tale of murder, greed, and deception--all set in a friendly place. Murder Takes a Ride will keep you guessing until the end...and beyond. --Del Staecker, Award-winning author of Muted Mermaid, Shaved Ice, and Chocolate Soup.Author Pat McGrath Avery takes us on a ride to Branson MO and into the Ozarks Heartland Amusement Park where someone commits the perfect crime almost. Filled with unusual characters and a great setting, this one is definitely a must read. --Marilyn (F.M.) Meredith, author of Angel Lost.I truly enjoyed the book. Its great to have the setting here in Branson and be able to recognize the location and know the history behind it. We have the Shepherd of the Hills by Harold Bell Wright and now we have Murder Takes A Ride by Pat McGrath Avery. --Barb Riggle, Office Manager, Branson Veterans Task ForceAuthor Pat McGrath Avery takes us on a ride to Branson MO and into the Ozarks Heartland Amusement Park where someone commits the perfect crime almost. Filled with unusual characters and a great setting, this one is definitely a must read. --Marilyn (F.M.) Meredith, author of Angel Lost.I truly enjoyed the book. Its great to have the setting here in Branson and be able to recognize the location and know the history behind it. We have the Shepherd of the Hills by Harold Bell Wright and now we have Murder Takes A Ride by Pat McGrath Avery. --Barb Riggle, Office Manager, Branson Veterans Task Force