The Case of the Attic Door by Christopher Greyson (The Adventures of Finn and Annie #1)
English | 2019 | Mystery/Thriller | ePUB | 821 Kb
The Case of the Attic Door:A man mysteriously murdered in his house. Nothing stolen, and no apparent suspects. It seems like an open and shut case, but is it?
In this heartwarming short story by Wall Street Journal bestselling author Christopher Greyson, join Finn and Annie as they work together to solve The Case of the Attic Door!
Finnian Church is trying to piece his life back together. After losing his leg while in the Army, he is starting a new career as an insurance investigator. Joining him is newly hired videographer, Annie Summers— a woman who lost her hearing but is trying to make it as a single mother of two. The world might see them as broken and battered souls, but as they come together to solve mysteries, they discover that they make a great team. Join this unlikely duo as they investigate their way through murder, arson, theft, embezzlement, and maybe even love, seeking to distinguish between truth and lies, scammers and victims.
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“He retightened the knot in his tie and waited for the sound of approaching footsteps. Instead he was startled by the clatter of someone setting something down.
“Hello? Finn?” the woman called out again. “It’s Annie Summers, the videographer.”
Finn bristled at her informal manner, an infraction that he might have overlooked if she weren’t also late.
“I’m upstairs, Ms. Summers,” he shouted down, even louder. “Please come up.” Though he said “please,” his tone left no doubt that it wasn’t a request.
His phone buzzed in his pocket. He pulled it out to check the incoming text message, but his attention was focused on the stairs. He could hear the videographer pacing back and forth. Why didn’t she come upstairs?
“Ms. Summers, please…” His irritated voice trailed off as he read the text:
SRY LATE. WHERE R U?”