Murder At Eight
Dewey Webb Mysteries, Book 7
On a dreary Denver night in 1951, Dewey Webb’s best friend Chet Inglewood is attacked, launching Dewey into an investigation where a killer will go to any lengths to keep secrets hidden.
Dewey digs for answers, which points him to Frank Gibbons, who is on trial for murder. Gibbons is a prominent businessman, wealthy, with many friends; would he kill a business rival to gain a huge client? Gibbons seemingly has an alibi proving his innocence, but he won’t use it. Was he into something dirty?
As Dewey searches for answers, another suspicious death occurs, and Dewey knows he has to act fast before the killer comes for him.