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LET THE MYSTERY BEGIN…

A 19th Century Historical Murder Mystery (The Agora Mystery Series Book 9)

The loveliest creature on earth … her brother’s dark secret … and the felled crabapple tree. An anonymous telegram introduces Carl Brooke to both his future wife and her conflicted brother who harbors a dark secret from the Civil War.

A 19th Century Historical Murder Mystery (The Agora Mystery Series Book 8)

A hidden identity. A mysterious priest. An oath left unfulfilled.

Edison, the most proper member of the Agora Society, hides a past he thought was long buried. The sudden appearance of a strange priest, however, reveals secrets that demand Edison honor an oath made long ago.

A 19th Century Historical Murder Mystery (The Agora Mystery Series Book 8)

A hidden identity. A mysterious priest. An oath left unfulfilled.

Edison, the most proper member of the Agora Society, hides a past he thought was long buried. The sudden appearance of a strange priest, however, reveals secrets that demand Edison honor an oath made long ago.

A 19th Century Historical Murder Mystery (The Agora Mystery Series Book 7)

An art critic is brutally murdered and the subject of his last review is suspected. Did the artist do it or was it one of the family members–all of whom had motive and opportunity?

Join Carl Brooke and Captain Barnwell as they uncover the clues and weed through the red herrings to discover the surprising identity of the murderer.

A 19th Century Historical Murder Mystery (The Agora Mystery Series Book 6)

A childhood nemesis. A threat seemingly from beyond the grave. Murder by Monday

A mysterious letter sends Carl Brooke and Rutherford Nordlinger off to the aid of a man who, accused of murder, is now threatened by the man he is said to have killed.

A 19th Century Historical Murder Mystery (The Agora Mystery Series Book 6)

A childhood nemesis. A threat seemingly from beyond the grave. Murder by Monday

A mysterious letter sends Carl Brooke and Rutherford Nordlinger off to the aid of a man who, accused of murder, is now threatened by the man he is said to have killed.

The Captain’s Play

A 19th Century Historical Murder Mystery (The Agora Mystery Series Book 5)

“On more than one occasion,” said the captain, “input from the esteemed members of the Agora Society has aided our investigations. Furthermore, in at least one case, the Agora’s contribution led directly to the apprehension of a murderer.”

“Hear, hear!” Shouted Otto, the decidedly least reserved member of our little group. The rest of us clapped politely and…

What Did Our Fantastic Readers say About Clay’s books?

” This uniquely nostalgic writing reminds me of the great classics instead of most modern shock-value literature of today. It’s good to find a real author again without need to dirty his work with unnecessary trash scenes. ” By Marie on July 12, 2017

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” I was enthralled with the story Sherlock Holmes-esk, the story is unique and fun to read. A short story that isn’t bogged down with unnecessary verbage or so thin that a reader is left wondering what is going on. The writing brings me back to nostalgic readings of classic literature. ” By Frost Lyne on February 20, 2012

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” This is a wonderfully done novella, almost a short story. The story is tight without wasted words. The setting and plot is very much like a Sherlock Holmes mystery. The plot moved so quickly that it was impossible to predict. I loved it! I will be reading more of this series for certain, and will try out some of his other work as well. “

By Gar Jan on May 30, 2017

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