As in free-none (nothing to pay, yay). You don’t have to hand out one red cent. Woo-hoo.
Hey, it’s Rey. The Connecticut Corpse Caper, which “inspired” us to become private eyes, is available for free today through February 12th. That’s a bargain if ever there was one.
If you, like me, enjoy old B&W mysteries with hidden rooms, red herrings, and a curious cast of colorful characters, Caper may prove a fun read.
Eccentric Aunt Mathilda has passed. Several people—including Cousin Jilly and my best friend Linda—are invited to spend a week in her haunted mansion to collect a share of the inheritance. If anyone leaves for any reason, their share goes to those remaining. Only a few hours after we arrive, the first guest departs, as in permanently. Strange goings on—such as loud bumps in the night and crazy behind-the-wall chuckling—take place and more bodies drop. The three of us pull on our amateur sleuth hats and set out to discover who the killer is.
If I’ve intrigued you even a little bit, maybe you’d like to check out our escapades?
Catch ya tomorrow (I’m on post patrol for the duration of this promotion.)