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Signal to Murder (The Sorrell Mysteries Book 1) Rhone Sonnier Louviere

Signal to Murder (The Sorrell Mysteries Book 1)

Rhone Sonnier Louviere

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Keith Edwards begins each day looking out of his second floor apartment window and across Elm Street into Forest City Park. He is struggling with acute amnesia trying to remember who he is. Keith Edwards is unaware of Six, his diabolical nemesis, whoMoreKeith Edwards begins each day looking out of his second floor apartment window and across Elm Street into Forest City Park. He is struggling with acute amnesia trying to remember who he is. Keith Edwards is unaware of Six, his diabolical nemesis, who has blackmailed many unwilling participants to carry out a second attempt on his life.“Signal to Murder” is a mystery rich in culturally diverse characters. From each character’s vantage point, he or she tells of their lives before, during, and after their involvement in the planned murder attempt. As you will note the dialog is not repetitious, but a common situation recounted by various individuals. Each individual reflects their involvement and happenings at the crime scene as though they are preparing themselves to be interrogated by homicide detectives.“Signal to Murder,” as told by all of the characters, gives a different spin to the facts accompanied by multiple flaws. Flawless memory is not possible. Each character remembers, quite differently, the facts and certain truths before, during and after the premeditated murder attempts on Keith Edward’s life.The first attempt on Edwards’ life was unsuccessful. He was in a coma for several months. When he woke from the coma, Keith Edwards had total amnesia and two distinct personalities. A second and third attempt to murder Keith are planned and carried out as Keith works at recovering his memory, his life.The murderers meet with opposition from Keith Edward’s newly found family which includes his faithful therapy dog, Dillon, his deceptive Grandfather, Francis Rene` Sorrell, and his resourceful Grandmother, Marguerite Teller Sorrell.In self-defense, the family utilizes all of their martial arts and weapons training. They are ever vigilant, mentally and physically prepared for unforeseen attacks from dark sinister forces.