“Green Marble Mysteries” by Aaron Paul Lazar

“Green Marble Mysteries” by Aaron Paul Lazar

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“The Disappearance of Billy Moore” Book # 1
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Fifty years ago, Sam Moore’s little brother Billy vanished without a trace—leaving Sam with guilt that haunts him to this day.

Fifty years with no body, no leads, and no answers. Until now.

When Sam unearths a mysterious green marble buried in his garden, he’s shocked to find himself transported back in time—to Billy. Whisked between past and present with no warning, and receiving only glimpses of their childhood, he struggles to unlock the secret of his brother’s fate.

But the marble isn’t the only secret the ground holds. Further digging uncovers human remains—the legacy of a serial killer who’s been targeting one boy every five years since Billy vanished. The next five-year mark is coming up fast. And now, Sam’s grandson may be in the killer’s sights.

Can Sam tie the past with the present and unravel the mystery of his brother’s disappearance—before the killer strikes again?

“Beautifully descriptive, the characters were real, the dialog totally believable, the action exciting. At the same time, the story was insightful and thought-provoking. Highly recommended.” Joan Hall Hovey, bestselling author

(formerly entitled HEALEY’S CAVE: A SAM MOORE MYSTERY)

•2012 EPIC Book Awards WINNER Best Paranormal
•2011 Eric Hoffer Book Award, WINNER Best Book in Commercial Fiction
•2011 Finalist for Allbooks Review Editor’s Choice
•2011 Winner of Carolyn Howard Johnson’s 9th Annual Noble (not Nobel!) Prize for Literature
•2011 Finalists for Global EBook Awards

“Terror Comes Knocking” Book # 2
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Just before the American President is scheduled to appear in Sam Moore’s hometown of East Goodland, Sam’s retirement plans are pushed back when his daughter, Beth, goes missing. In his search for Beth, Sam is guided by an unusual talisman—a small green marble—that reveals a perplexing link between Beth and her mysterious roommate, Zafina Azziz.

Who is the real Zafina? Med student, loving friend, Egyptian royal—or a keeper of deadly secrets? Is she involved with a group of suspicious students from the Middle East?

And does Zafina know where Beth is?

Meanwhile, Sam’s friend Senator MacDonald is tapped for the Presidential nomination, and his small town goes berserk, both with the news and in preparation for a Presidential appearance at the new arts center gala. That’s when Sam discovers that someone is out to destroy the President—and that someone is hiding in East Goodland. Book 2 in the Moore Mystery series.

“A keeper! This is a story you will want to read more than once to pick up stray bits of the story you may miss on the first reading. You’ll want to read all of talented author Aaron Paul Lazar’s books. Lots of excitement in all of them and you’ll come to think of the characters as old friends you’ll enjoy visiting with again and again.”
Anne K. Edwards, author of Shadows Over Paradise

“For Keeps” Book # 3
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When retired family doctor Sam Moore gets a call from the coroner to come to The Twin Sisters Inn to consult on a murder victim, he’s puzzled. Why would Lou call him? He’s retired now, and just wants to spend time with his beloved Rachel, his grandsons, and to work in his gardens.

Within days, the body count increases and Sam is a prime suspect, so he calls on a peculiar talisman—his brother Billy’s glowing green marble—to whisk him back in time in search of clues before the killer strikes again. Book 3 in the Moore mystery series.

Have a great weekend!

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