Classic mystery writer John Logue has contributed some of his most acclaimed fiction to the growing eBook library of QP fiction. Now available are four suspense novels set in the world of high-stakes golf. Originally published by Dell Publishing of Random House, these books formed part of the Morris & Sullivan Mystery series. These books are fun, and presented digitally with active Table of Contents.
MURDER ON THE LINKS. ISBN 9781610272902 (eBook); list price: $4.99
At Augusta National, home of the Masters, the spring grass is green and the world’s most famous golfers are gathered. It looks as if it’s going to be another splendid tournament. Until Melvin Newton’s body is found in Eisenhower Pond, an apparent suicide. But what looks like suicide to most looks like murder to John Morris, a sportswriter, and his gal pal Julia Sullivan.
Murder on the Links is available at Amazon for Kindle, Barnes & Noble for Nook, and directly on Apple iBooks and iTunes bookstore (see preview). At Google Play for Play app and Nexus. Also at Smashwords in ePUB format, at Oyster, and at Kobobooks.
THE FEATHERY TOUCH OF DEATH. ISBN 9781610272919 (eBook); price: $4.99
A Morris & Sullivan Mystery set in the pressure-cooker world of PGA golf. When American golfer Barry Vinson turns up dead at the British Open, golf writer John Morris and his companion, Julia Sullivan, search for clues, but when an antique golf ball is stuffed down a second murder victim’s throat, they uncover a bizarre mystery as old as the game itself — a mystery taking them back through the history of Scotland itself, where golf and blood are all part of the game.
Available at Amazon for Kindle, Barnes & Noble for Nook, and at Apple iBooks and iTunes bookstore (preview here). Now available in ePUB format at Smashwords, at Oyster, and at Kobobooks. See it at Google Play here.
A RAIN OF DEATH. ISBN 9781610272926 (eBook); price $4.99
It’s January in the golden era of golf. Nicklaus wishes he were home with the kids. Weiskopf is ready to make a charge, and so is a bell-bottomed blond named Miller. In the world of golf and the realm of fame, nothing matches the Bing Crosby Pro-Am tournament, played at America’s most extraordinary golf course—Pebble Beach—and drawing starlets, stars, and billionaires by invitation only. But this year the wind and rains won’t stop. And a corporate tycoon has dropped dead in The Lodge, crowded with celebrities. For jaded veteran golf writer John Morris and his beautiful globe-trotting muse Julia Sullivan, it’s more than a dramatic story: it’s a black eye on golf’s most stellar event. Now, as Morris and Sullivan try to solve the murder, they find a collision of ambition, talent, and greed that reaches from the golden days of Hollywood to the windswept Monterey Peninsula—where a killer’s game has just begun.
A Rain of Death available at Amazon for Kindle, Barnes & Noble for Nook, and at Apple iBooks and iTunes bookstore (preview here). At Google Play as a Nexus ebook and for the Play app. See it also in ePUB at Smashwords and at Kobobooks.
ON A PAR WITH MURDER. ISBN 9781610272933 (eBook); price $4.99
The final Dell book in the Morris & Sullivan Mystery Series finds the snooping duo at a golf tournament to end all tournaments–for one unluckly person.
Available at Amazon for Kindle, Barnes & Noble for Nook, and direct at Apple iBooks and iTunes bookstore (as previewed here). Also at Google Play as a Nexus ebook and for the Play app. And in ePub at Smashwords, Kobobooks, Oyster, Axis360 and many other ebook sites.
JOHN LOGUE is the author of numerous books of mystery, life in the south, and sports. He has been a feature writer and executive editor of Southern Living magazine, a wire service reporter and sportswriter, and a finalist for the Edgar Award for best first novel. He lives with his wife Helen in Birmingham, Alabama.