Description - Bermuda Grass by Keith Miles
Praise for Bermuda Grass...
"Miles has something for everybody in this delicious entertainment: a surprise villain, violent fisticuffs, an excellent golf game, lovely women, some sex, fine detective work and a stunning climax." -Publishers Weekly
Helping to design a golf course in Bermuda, Alan Saxon takes his daughter, Lynette, there for a holiday. Saxon is alarmed to meet Lynette's friend and fellow student, Jessica Hadlow, who is joining them. Arrogant, outspoken and brimming with sexuality, Jessica is the daughter of a millionaire business tycoon.
Saxon then learns that someone is trying to sabotage the new golf course, and he stumbles on a murder victim who has been hanged from one of the trees. A romance with an American woman staying at the hotel provides a welcome distraction from these misfortunes until Lynette and Jessica are both abducted. The event not only brings Jessica's obnoxious father storming to the island, it also prompts Saxon's ex-wife to come as well. Will Saxon solve the case?
The prolific Edward Marston, who writes the Alan Saxon Golf Mysteries as Keith Miles, has written more than 40 mysteries and original plays for radio, TV, and the theater; worked as a story editor for a movie company; and run his own professional theater group. He is a former Chair of the Crime Writers Association in the U.K.
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(216mm x 140mm x 18mm)
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Author Biography - Keith Miles
Keith Miles has written four golf mysteries, and two architectural mysteries, set in America during the Depression and featuring Frank Lloyd Wright. As Edward Marston, Keith Miles has written over thirty mysteries, the majority of which have an historical setting. As Marston, he has also written forty original plays for radio, television and the theater; worked as an actor and a theater director; and been Chairman of the Crime Writers Association in the U.K. A frequent visitor to the States, he is an accomplished lecturer, raconteur and after-dinner speaker. "