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B.J. Galloway, a part time P.I., wanted to take his girlfriend, Teri Owens, away for a fun weekend. He chose the Mystery Inn on the Sabine River, never expecting that a real murder would take place during a theatre performance. Now, he has been hired to clear the woman who stands accused, a task that could be further complicated by the inn's strange history.
Years ago, the huge Victorian house's owner was killed behind the locked door of his office. The police were baffled, and the murder was never solved. After the owner's death, it was rumored that he had hidden a large sum of cash somewhere in the house, which has yet to be found. The owner's partner bought the estate and turned it into a bed and breakfast for ghost lovers. Tourists from all over come to encounter the supernatural and search for the missing money.
Galloway's the exception. He doesn't believe in séances, ghosts, or goblins, and he's out to find a human murderer, of flesh and blood, by piecing together solid, physical evidence that has nothing to do with the paranormal.
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Kent Conwell grew up in the wide-open Texas Panhandle in the town of Wheeler, population 848. The West was an integral part of his life. Reading and writing came naturally to him for the desolation of the Panhandle offered little more than school and work.
A quest for adventure had been woven into his life by his grandfather, who had run away from his Tennessee home when he was 14. He bullwhacked his way to the Panhandle where he met his future wife who had traveled from Illinois to Texas.
After moving to Fort Worth, where Kent was more at home in the stockyards than school, he earned a B.S. and began teaching. Later, he moved to Port Neches where he acquired a M.Ed. and Ph.D.
A successful educator, his love for writing about the West, a period in history unique to America, has never waned. However, after twenty-two westerns, he wrote his first mystery, Galveston.
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