STRATFORD SHAKEDOWN – Book 3
Jack Kellogg, burned-out reporter for the Stratford Sentinel, wants to become a more detached columnist rather than covering active stories. But his editor has other ideas, and Jack is soon sucked into investigating two suspicious deaths on the local college campus.
Murder seems unlikely in this quiet Midwestern college town in 1967. But Jack is shocked when the medical examiner rules both are homicides.
Sidetracked from his project and pestered by ambitious young colleague Sara, he soon antagonizes the police detective assigned to the case.
Blinded by his stubborn insistence that outsiders must be responsible, Jack cannot see beyond obvious suspects to spot the real murderer.
Can Jack keep himself and Sara safe from stumbling onto the killer even while sliding off the road in a Nebraska winter blizzard?
Will he be able to solve the murders and stop the killing before they are targeted themselves?