Buxton Chase

by William Foster



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 5/15/2004

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 172
ISBN : 9781418415709

About the Book

Martin LaBurdge sets out to rebuild his shattered life after the death of his wife by focusing his energy on an invention that is certain to revive his stale career.  Only before he has the opportunity to do so, news of his uncle's death sends misfortune his way once again.  With an unexpected twist in his professional objectives, Martin departs Chicago for England, into the remote countryside of Devon where he is faced with the task of settling his uncle's affairs.  Little did he know that this journey would forever change his life.

Drawing on a system of living cultivated from his late wife, Martin uses his intuition to lead him to a horrific discovery.  Now, with the knowledge of his uncle's murder fueling him, he manipulates circumstances for Sara Jenkins who soon learns the truth behind her father' s death.

Joined by tragedy and driven by an obsession to bring justice to a double murder, Martin and Sara begin sorting through inconsistencies and delve into the quirky personalities of those connected to the estate of Buxton.  After finding the first of three mechanical drawings, the motive for the murders is exposed, but the danger ahead could never have been anticipated.

About the Author

William Foster divides his time between the Great Lakes Region of America and the Florida Keys; these diverse cultures provide him with endless inspiration. He has been featured as a mystery writer on national television and in several publications. His interests in historic preservation, collecting, early music, gardening, and gourmet cooking has brought him further recognition and are subjects cleverly woven into his writings and speaking engagements. In addition to writing mysteries, William Foster's works include political espionage, short stories and a recently completed children's story.