The Murder of George - Softcover

The Murder of George - Softcover
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The Murder of George - Softcover

by Leo Kiesewetter

George, a college professor, is found murdered after his wife was previously murdered in a similar way. Investigators are troubled by the fact that someone could have committed the murder with the tight security system George installed in his home after his wife's murder. With very little to go on, the detectives, once again, seek out John "Fuzzy" Fuzzrock to help them solve the case because there is no shortage of suspects to investigate! Join Fuzzy as he uncovers the complexities of George's murder, and discover where the years have taken Fuzzy's relationship with his love, Lara, in this sequel to THE STORY OF LOVE AND THE MISSING LARA.

About the Author
Leo A. Kiesewetter has a Master's degree in Business Education and postgraduate work in business. He spent 29 years teaching and performing administrative work in high school and college. Fourteen of these years were spent as department chairperson of business at Illinois Central College in East Peoria, Illinois. Earlier, he was an accountant for a real estate developer and then owned his own real estate company. After high school, he served two years in the military. THE MURDER OF GEORGE is a sequel to his first novel, THE STORY OF LOVE AND THE MISSING LARA. Kiesewetter's intent is to write clean, moral and ethical stories about love while incorporating elements of his own life into the stories and characters. The seemingly psychic ability of one of his characters is drawn from numerous instances in his own life of a sensing or feeling of something just before it occurs. Although many locations in his writings are fictional, many are based on places he has been or when the reader might actually like to visit.

Paperback: 164 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace (January 25, 2011)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1456531212
ISBN-13: 978-1456531218