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Carl Rayford Roberts Breaks into the Private Investigator Mystery Genre with “Case No. 1: Murder”

The author makes good use of his storytelling chops to churn out a well-plotted, wildly entertaining, and highly suspenseful story.

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Help Randy Evers Milhouse solve his first case in “Case No. 1: Murder.”

Cannot get enough of mystery thrillers? On the lookout for series with characters in the same vein as Sherlock Holmes, Hercule Poirot, and Jonny Double? Then pick up a copy of “Case No. 1: Murder” by Carl Rayford Roberts.

As its title suggests, “Case No. 1: Murder” is the first book in a series centering around the exploits of private investigator Randy Evers Milhouse. Randy was drawn to the profession of private investigator, having read Agatha Christie’s “Murder on the Orient Express.” Hoping that it would be his new profession, he took up a correspondence course and, after some time, received his graduation certificate. After leaving the Army, he opened his practice in his home county in Mississippi.

All he wanted to do was investigate insurance claims, thinking those would usually be simple and without a lot of problems or danger.

Well, he was wrong on that.

The newly certified private investigator Randy is hired by an insurance company to ascertain rightful heirs to a well-endowed estate. Laverne Sparks Payne and Linda Sparks Burns, daughters of Joseph Sparks, are the only rightful heirs to their now-deceased father’s estate. According to Doctor Nelson, Sparks had died from a heart attack. But certain information suggests that he could have died because of foul play.

Following that revelation, other questions begin to arise. Why did Linda leave town before her senior year in high school? What did Levi Keys and Harold Burns have in common? What should have been a routine investigation turns ugly when murders, attempted murders, and an apartment break-in become the order of the day.

Did Joseph Sparks die of natural death or foul play? Help Randy Evers Milhouse solve his first case in “Case No. 1: Murder” by Carl Rayford Roberts. Get a copy on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

Case No. 1: Murder
Author | Carl Rayford Roberts
Published date | February 21, 2020
Publisher | LifeRich
Genre | Mystery

Author Bio

The author is a graduate of the University of Southern Mississippi. He lives on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. In addition to “Case No. 1: Murder,” Roberts is also the author of “Blood in the Dust,” a collection of nine short stories about the Cowboy West.

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