HEADLESS IN HOUSTON, An Impossible Murder Mystery
Jan. 7, 2020
When forensic pathologist Imogene Chaplin is called upon to investigate the murder of George Zimaresh the best-selling author of the "Impossible Murder Mystery" series, she finds a bizarre crime scene: the author's headless corpse is sitting behind a desk, the victim's head is missing, there is no murder weapon, and the only way into the room is through a door locked from the inside that the police had broken down. But what unnerves Chaplin is the note she finds on the desk. Written by the victim and addressed to Chaplin, the note contains taunting clues to solve his murder.
First in the new "Impossible Murder Mystery" series featuring Houston forensic pathologist Imogene Chaplin.
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