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JB Clemmens Continues To Draw Readers in As Amateur Detectives with “The Numbered Cups Mystery”

The author’s beloved sleuth, Lieutenant Eli James, returns with a mind-blowing mystery that’s sure to get the blood boiling.


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Get hold of the crime-busting Lieutenant James’s new case in “The Numbered Cups Mystery” (2015) by JB Clemmens.
In “The Numbered Cups Mystery,” a celebrity writer, Walt Whitlock, is poisoned at a barbecue where the cups are marked with a number to identify whose is whose. The victim’s #5 cup and one of several #7 cups contain tainted bourbon from a pint bottle that Lucy Trent, Walt’s elderly neighbor, brought to the picnic. She and Oscar Townsend, Walt’s publisher, happen to argue with Walt before he died. Both deny having a hand in his death.
Further adding to the air of mystery are the fingerprints belonging to Eileen Forsyth, another guest, found on the poisoned cup and the strange disappearance of John Gearity, Walt’s longtime friend, after the party.
Who poisoned Walt Whitlock, and for what reason? Join Lieutenant Eli James as he untangles the mystery of the murder in JB Clemmens’ “The Numbered Cups Mystery.” Purchase a copy today on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and the author’s website
The Numbered Cups Mystery: Lieutenant James Mysteries (Volume 4)
Author | JB Clemmens
Publisher | CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Published Date | June 22, 2015
Paperback price | $5.50
About the Author
JB Clemmens is a veteran mystery reader having relished books by Christie, Wolfe, Marsh, Grimes, Childs, and many others. She enjoys writing. Her Lieutenant James Mysteries Series includes Something Fishy in Manhattan, A Substitute for Murder, Mystery at Pima Point, and “The Numbered Cups Mystery.” She is also the author of Death in Sequence. Her first book, Jigsaw, is the fictional adventure of two women, who decide to walk from one city to another after a gasoline ban. All her books are available on Amazon. She is currently finishing three years of research for her next book about 1969, Upon the Moon and Woodstock.

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