All 5 Stars on Amazon with 7 reviews. Amazon Best selling list for Mystery shorts and also mystery series. This is part of the Matt Kile Mystery Series.
Money & Murder, a Matt Kile Mystery is the third book in a series by David Bishop. We were first introduced to Matt Kile in Who Murdered Garson Talmadge. Matt, an ex-cop, ex-con, wise-cracking character who grabs us by the collar and doesn’t let go until we’ve fallen in love with him, and we do. Who Murdered Garson Talmadge has received 48 reviews and has a ranking of 4.6 out of 5 stars.
The second installment of the Matt Kile mysteries, The Original Alibi, was released in July 2012. Matt Kile and his zany cast of characters takes the reader on a crazy roller coaster ride of pure excitement. The Original Alibi enjoys a ranking of 4.8 out of 5 stars after only four months. David Bishop’s Matt Kiles mysteries have the readers begging for more.
David Bishop is not letting his fans down. Another Matt Kile mystery has just been released. On November 4th, Money and Murder, the third course in the Matt Kile mysteries feast is waiting for eager readers and new converts to taste and enjoy. This time readers encounter P.Q. Winston Rutledge, the richest man in Copper City, Arizona. He believes someone will soon try to kill him and he hires our man, Matt Kile to investigate. The story quickly deteriorates into murder, and the ambitions of relatives in pursuit of his fortune. PQ’s family is a collection of oddballs with a common bloodline. Fascinating people you’d love to have at your next dinner party, but each comes with their own set of secrets and entanglements. PQ is survived by a widow, the same age as his daughter, and two sons, one of whom—well, you’ll have to read the story. You won’t be sorry you did.
So, take a third heaping, helping of Matt Kile and sample the goodness that David Bishop has cooked up for hungry readers. Murder & Money, a Matt Kile Mystery, a short story with bonus content is available now at Amazon.
About the Author
I was born in Washington, D.C. From there my life likely mirrored that of a lot of my readers. We moved around. I got some education. Played some sports, and got some more education. Prior to becoming a novelist, I worked as a financial analyst determining the value of companies. But let’s talk about my current and final career, writing mystery novels.
As a writer, I conjure up occurrences designed to quickly bring the story to a roiling boil. Along the way, I invent people. Victims and villains and heroes are needed, as well as a supporting cast. I make these people fun and interesting so you will welcome them and introduce them to your friends. Primary characters need habits and tics and talents, the qualities that bring them to life and make you love them or hate them. You’ll want to see them humiliated or hunted down, be sucessful or seduced.
My mysteries offer you the opportunity to be challenged to find the villain from among the suspects. Clues as large as a log or as tiny as a bump thereon are salted throughout the stories. There are distractions in the form of false clues, called red herrings, which point to someone other than the real villain.
Take a journey with me. Laugh. Hold your breath. Cheer. Boo. The characters are rich and the plots are grabbers. I promise that you’ll be glad you came along. Some people don’t like golf or chocolate or even a hearty laugh. But I’ll bet you like some of those things and I’ll bet you’ll like my mysteries. Yours very truly, David Bishop
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