By Robert Spiller
Bonnie Pinkwater returns during this moment booklet within the sequence that follows a math instructor with a knack for fixing mysteries in her small Colorado town. When the wrestling trainer is located murdered, Bonnie enlists the aid of a scholar to determine what quite happened. Suspects quickly become sufferers, in spite of the fact that, as extra everyone is killed and not more is understood concerning the culprit. Just while she thinks issues cannot get any worse, Bonnie's loved puppy is abducted, elevating the stakes even better. A thrilling adventure with twists round each corner, this mystery uses math and its background to resolve the secrets and techniques of the crime and with a bit of luck deliver one other killer to justice.
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If Matthew was putting her on, he was doing a damn fine job of it. She tried a different tack. “I’m not saying the knife is yours. ” She took in all of Matthew, his eyes, his hands, his posture, everything that would indicate he might be deceiving her. She saw nothing change. He shook his head, his sad gaze meeting hers. ” He thumped the heels of his hands hard against his forehead. “Stupid, huh? I picked that knife up, but I didn’t see it. ” She reached a hand toward him, then pulled it back. “Not so stupid.
You can’t fool me. ” Byron recoiled as though she waggled a snake. He set down his burger, swallowed, and wiped his mouth with a mauve napkin embossed with a large G. “How about we get back to Angelica Devereaux? ” Bonnie realized how ridiculous this must sound. Heat climbed up her neck and onto her face. ” Byron rolled the word around on his tongue as if it was new to him. ” Bonnie glared at him. “Okay, so he’s Matthew’s brother. ” Byron tilted back his red-vinyl dinette chair and spread wide his hands.
With another crackle, the phone went dead. The knife had gone missing on Tuesday? It seemed reasonable to assume if Matthew stabbed Luther with Hattie’s knife, he’d had it all this time. That made Luther’s death not an act of rage—but premeditated murder. Bonnie shook her head in disbelief. She had talked to Matthew a half-dozen times since Tuesday. Bless his ingenuous heart. The boy just didn’t have it in him to keep a secret for ten minutes, let alone two days. She would have seen it in his eyes, his manner.