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Who is Robin Lyons?
To critics, he is the cocky twenty-six-year-old author who’d achieved fame too young. To readers, he is the bestselling author of the Rex Blanco suspense series. His public persona, however, only serves to mask the private anguish he feels.
Robin has long known that he was adopted. Determined to learn the truth, he’s invited a select group of guests to Danforth House for a murder mystery weekend. It’s not long, however, before his plan begins to unravel.
Though unaware of Robin’s true intentions, his guests have reason to make him pay. He’s used them as characters in his novels. He’s exposed their secrets. When Robin turns up dead, shot down by a crossbow bolt, it’s clear one of them has taken their thirst for revenge too far. Or have they?
All is not what is seems. When another guest is murdered, they will all begin to wonder just who is orchestrating death at Danforth House. And who may be next?
Death at Danforth House is the second book in the Syracuse Mystery series, following 2014’s Death on Stoneridge.
What she heard …
Crime is escalating on quiet, suburban Stoneridge Drive. It began with an apparent suicide, followed by a rash of burglaries. Then, on the night of a Neighborhood Watch meeting, shots ring out. Or have they?
Edith Baxter knows what she heard, but after twenty-five years, she’s leaving Stoneridge Drive. She’s gifted her home to her newlywed grandson, who just happens to be a police officer. She convinces him to look into what she heard.
At first, Tim Dewitt’s unofficial investigation doesn’t yield much. Possibly a young college student, Lisa Collins, has disappeared. She was overheard arguing with someone. No body has turned up, however. Tim’s left wondering how Lisa could afford a house. But when a neighbor with a grudge against Lisa turns up dead, Tim knows what his grandmother heard was murder.