An Angus McCoy Mystery
by Rick Beck
Editored Jerry W
For my friend Larry Rose. Thank you for your friendship.
As always, thank you Tracy for directing and caring about the words. I couldn't do this without you, lovely lady.
Thanks Brian H for an assist in writing Benz.
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Take one prominent neurosurgeon, a lovely new acquaintance, a street kid and his girlfriend, and you get the ingredients for a criminal case that defies logic.
The unexpected meets the unexplained in a maze of dead end leads, as Angus McCoy sorts through the clues.
Angus knows a case doesn't go this wrong without some help. He intends to find out why, as well as who is behind it. Add one beautiful artist, who removes the eyewitness from the scene of the accident, and Dr. Vincent Parsons is looking at jail time and the end of a career. The doctor doesn't intend to go down without a fight.
Benz is the vehicle that carries a professional team into a world of irregularities and miscalculations. Wes Mathews is determined to prove his client is innocent, but even one of San Diego's best defense attorney's is stymied. Wes tells his client not to worry, but Wes is plenty worried. The evidence he needs to get the verdict he wants may have been put purposefully out of his reach.
It's up to Angus McCoy to find the missing eyewitness who is the only person who can clear Dr. Parsons.
"Streets & Eats"
"Rainy Days And Mondays"
"Shoes Fall Like Dominoes"
"Charity Starts At Home"
"Doctors, Lawyers, and Private Eyes"
"Change of Life"
"As Time Passes"
"Sailors & Such"
"A Little White Lie"
"Judges, Juries, and Justice"
"The Meat in the Sandwich"
"All Hell Breaks Loose"
"Benz" Copyright © 1 February 2012 OLYMPIA50. All rights reserved.
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