My Sister’s Books Review #65

Murder on the Front Nine

By: Steve McMillen

Local Mystery

Mickke D has “retired” to Myrtle Beach, where he maintains several odds-and-ends jobs, in order to enjoy his favorite hobby, golf. He has had lots of bad luck with women, but that is nothing compared to the mess he falls into when his old, top-secret friends stop by for a friendly visit. Thanks to the favor he granted, he gets to travel to several golf courses to get-to-know a few persons of interest. But when explosions and gun fire start happening, Mickke D must choose between his friends and saving his own life.

From the suspenseful prologue to the short chapters, this book is a fast page turner.  Chocked full of golf terminology and hilarious quips, there is something in it for everyone to enjoy. With each new point-of-view change, there is another layer of intrigue added to the several plot twists. Readers will be chuckling and guessing up until the very end. Fans of pirates, sunken treasures, golf and mysteries should take note of this author.

Similar Authors:

Werner Hoppe, Bill Noel, Lynn Hodges


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