“Mystery” A 5-Star Review for “Dead Men Don’t Remember” (Carson Reno Mystery, Book 9) by Gerald W. Darnell

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Loved this book as well as all the rest of Gerald Darnell’s Carson Reno books. He is a great writer. His books are GP rated, and I love the fact that they are very interesting without all the GD’s and F words. Thanks Gerald for the great books…

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Carson is hired to investigate some mysterious accidents!

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All Carson Reno Mystery Series Books are standalone novels. It is not necessary to read them in any particular order.
It’s a New Year and it has gotten off to a very bad start for Carson.
Several prominent citizens and business leaders from Humboldt are dying in some strange and bizarre accidents. Carson becomes involved when an insurance company hires him to investigate.
What happens next is even more strange and bizarre for this little town in West Tennessee.
The clues are everywhere, but none of them make any sense. It may be that the ‘last man standing’ is responsible for these accidents – but why?
Follow Carson as he works on one his wildest adventures ever in ‘Dead Men Don’t Remember’.

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Episode 7: The Apartment

Episode 7 titled ‘the apartment’ of my serial novel – ‘The Everglades’. Things begin to get interesting for Carson and his friends. Enjoy

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The Apartment

   Publication1                            I grabbed a cup of Nickie’s coffee to go and walked out into the humidity – it hit me in the face like a brick.  I was headed over to the girl’s apartment to see what I could find. I had a key that I wouldn’t normally use it without Liz being home, but I’m sure under the circumstances they would understand.

The girls shared an older Victorian home located just off Main Street in Humboldt, which I call ‘the apartment’.  It had been in one of the girl’s family for a long time, and them using the house on occasion was a good excuse to keep it maintained.

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Normal parking for ‘the apartment’ was behind the house in a small parking area.  Access was from a short front driveway or an alley that went behind all the houses on that side of the…

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Carson waits to talk to Colleen about a missing man

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I parked beside her, seemingly unnoticed, and quickly darted through the rain, opened the passenger side door and got in Colleen’s car. She had her head down on the steering wheel and was sobbing, uncontrollably. She turned and grabbed my hand; then the tears got worse. I didn’t speak and just let her cry until she was ready to talk – it took almost ten minutes.

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Carson’s friend is accused of killing a white woman in Humboldt during racial tensions that were beginning in 1962

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“Mr. Logan,” Judge Graves growled. “I have here a twenty-five-page document that includes over a dozen objections to these proceedings and requests release of the defendant for a half-dozen more reasons! What do you ay about this, Mr. Logan?
Jack stood up. “Your Honor, I know nothing about that brief, and I’m quite sure you won’t find my name anywhere on it.”
“What,” Judge Grave seemed confused. “Where is this Benjamin Abernathy? I need him to speak to this court about this document and objections! He has signed it, and he must be available to the court to represent it!”
No one spoke.

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