Parks are many things to different people. A playground, picnic spot, an area to relax. And sometimes they’re a perfect place for a murder.16-year-old Gretchen Retrum is a New York City girl born and bred. Fiercely independent, she’s not like most girls her age and likes to spend time alone. Central Park’s newest attraction, the Shakespeare Garden, opened earlier in the spring of 1916 and she went there whenever she could when she needed to unwind.But another relaxing trip to the park proved to be more than she bargained for when she ran head long into a war conspiracy. Now she has to get to the bottom of the plot while dodging a determined German spy and saboteur who’s been trying to cover his tracks by eliminating her as the sole witness. As Gretchen speeds towards her destiny, she must use her wits to survive.As one of two backstory novellas leading up the events in the first novel of the Murder Made series,Murder Made Casual, be sure to buy A Day in the Park: Murder Witnessed, to see how it all began!
About E.G. Voss
E.G. Voss is a nearly 30-year veteran police detective sergeant having investigated everything from the mundane to murder. Additionally, Voss also serves as an instructor in several criminal justice disciplines teaching active-duty police officers, college students and academy cadets. Married with three children, Voss enjoys the small-town life of Wisconsin.
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