Chapter 6 Episode 9 Show Recap


"The After Show with McKensie Stewart and Amy Shannon" ran episode 9 of chapter 6 tonight at 6:30 PM Eastern time on Blog Talk Radio https://www.blogtalkradio.com/wetheaftershow/2021/04/23/chapter-6-episode-9


Tonight's guest was Author James Musgrave.


Musgrave talked about his latest book, The Dancing Murders, that just released on 4/21/2021. It is the sixth book in his Portia of the Pacific Mysteries series.


About the book:


What if an entire 1888 boomtown were being secretly controlled by anarchists?


In The Dancing Murders, he turns four suspects over to the reader to choose one. Wyatt Earp, the hero of the O. K. Corral shoot-out in Tombstone, Arizona, is charged with First Degree Murder. Series attorney and detective, Clara Shortridge Foltz, takes the case to defend him, as she’s moved to the San Diego boomtown, and she needs the money. This mystery soon escalates into a deep and increasingly frightening exploration into sex-trafficking, terrorism, mystical Kabbalah, Tantric sex, sado-masochism, and the rivalry of three Stingaree bordello madams, who each has a secret.


The Review: (By Amy's Bookshelf Reviews)

5 Stars


Prolific Storytelling


Musgrave pens a suspenseful story in The Dancing Murders, the sixth book in the Portia of the Pacific Mysteries. I've read the stories leading up to this one, and I recommend the books be read in order, though it isn't necessary. I find it necessary just to read this author's work, and keep reading whatever Musgrave writes. This author brings the story to life. The characters had a lot of depth, and were very realistic. This author has a great imagination and I'm glad it's being shared with stories. It is always a joy to read this author's stories. This is a magnificent story, kept this reader turning the pages. A definite attention grabber, so much I couldn't put it down. The thrills and intrigue is written clearly and the characterizations are engrossing. If you love a good suspenseful, thrilling, historical mystery, this book should be next on your list. This story takes the reader to 1888, San Diego, and you're introduced to the retired but wirey Wyatt Earp. The Dancing Murders is a definite recommendation by Amy's Bookshelf Reviews. I look forward to reading many more stories by this author.


Where to buy the book: https://www.amazon.com/Dancing-Murders-Historical-Mysteries-Thrillers-ebook/dp/B08ZCJCP85


Thanks for listening and don't forget to catch us on our next episode.


McKensie Stewart and Amy Shannon

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