Sometimes a book will pour out of you like cuss words after stubbing your toe in the middle of the night. It was like that with Murder Under London Bridge.
The novella was inspired on a visit last year to Lake Havasu City, Arizona, where I met a childhood friend who was there on business. Seeing London Bridge there for the first time, it seemed the perfect locale for a murder mystery.
The main character is a dust-swept sheriff's detective trying to cope with the death of his wife while working to solve the most baffling case of his long career. That is if he survives it.
Here is the blurb that's going out with the book:
"When mutilated bodies of women begin bobbing up under famed London Bridge in the Arizona desert, aging Detective Garret Browning soon learns these aren't cut-and-dried, big-city serial murders. He is thrust into a world of Native American legend, supernatural lore and ancient vendettas, where, when the bloodthirsty walk upright, it doesn't mean they're human."
The book is available at Amazon, and at Apple, Barnes & Noble and other booksellers.