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At the stately Mariners Hotel, a breathless man rushes into the lobby and dashes upstairs to see a dapper guest. But moments later he discovers that his friend has been murdered....

When Sukey Reynolds receives news of a death at the elegant Mariners Hotel, she is intrigued. Who could possibly have wanted to hurt Dr. Whistler, a shy and retiring archaeology professor? The dusty documents he was carrying couldn’t possibly be of value, could they? 

You would never expect this sophisticated establishment to be home to murder. What secrets are hiding inside the charming Mariners Hotel? 

Sukey’s superiors are convinced that Dr. Whistler’s visitor is his killer, but Sukey isn’t so sure and decides to do a little side-sleuthing. Someone in the hotel has a secret, but who is it? The bewildered bellboy, the meddlesome manager, or the reclusive receptionist? 

A mysterious phone call leads Sukey to the truth, but as the rookie in the team, will anyone believe she has what it takes to solve this baffling mystery? 

Do you love cozy mysteries by Agatha Christie, Faith Martin, and Joy Ellis? If so, make this twisty whodunit your next listen!

This book was previously published as Alpha, Beta, Gamma…Dead.

©2007, 2019 Betty Rowlands (P)2019 Bookouture

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