Review: Murder at the Courthouse by:A. H. Gabhart
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All is quiet in the small town of Hidden Springs, the birds are chirping, Ms. Willadean is on her early morning walk to the Courthouse. There she’ll call on the poor county clerk who lost his wife to cancer two years ago. But all is not well at the local courthouse, something is amiss and Ms. Willadean is the last one to think of such a horrid thing. On the front steps there is a stranger, who apparently is in a drunken stupor. Straight to Police Officer Michael Keane she goes but when Michael takes a closer look, things aren’t what they seem. The man isn’t drunk…he’s dead.
Hidden Springs is such a beautiful town, why would someone do such a thing? As Michael digs deep looking for clues, he finds so much more. With his past and the past of all those around him coming up and beginning to haunt him, he begins to question all he has known to be true.
Murder at the Courthouse is book one in the new exciting series, The Hidden Springs Mysteries. This book was a wonderful novel full of mystery and excitement. I’ve read a few of this authors books, and found that her stories never lack and they always leave you wanting more. This was a great read and a true page-turner. I cant wait to read the next book in this wonderful series.
**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from Revell.
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