Excerpt from The Deadly Ring
There was a chill in the air. After twenty minutes he turned up the collar of his windbreaker and walked from the library over to the parkway. Steele sat on the very top step of the Art Museum.
There were no tourists at the famous
landmark at four a.m. so he took advantage of the view and the quiet. Replaying the mental pictures in his mind he realized the yellow and white box of sandwich bags seemed out of place among the food wrappers at the victim’s home. Philadelphia
Steele was tired; the number of cases he had taken on over the past year was catching up on him.
The next morning he had overslept but with the much-needed rest came clarity. Right smack in the middle of his shower, it was as if the heavens opened and the angels sang. All the live chess pieces had fallen into place.
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Alexander Steele Mystery Trilogy
Sr. Lawrence Johnson
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