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Murder At Scottish Mensa by Clare O'Beara


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Also by Clare O'Beara:

Dining Out On Planet Mercury, August 2017
Murder Against The Clock, September 2016
Dining Out with the Gas Giants, September 2015
Rodeo Finn, November 2014
The Prisoner In The Tower, September 2014
The Prisoner In The Tower: Short Story & Big Cat Bones, September 2014
Dining Out With The Ice Giants, September 2014
Show Jumping Team, September 2014
Dining Out Around The Solar System, September 2013
Murder At Scottish Mensa, September 2013
Murder at Dublin Mensa, September 2013
Murder At Kildare Mensa, September 2013
Murder at Irish Mensa, September 2013
Murder At Wicklow Mensa, September 2013
Silks And Sins, August 2013

Murder At Scottish Mensa
Clare O'Beara

A banquet in Stirling Castle leads to murder

Mensa Mystery #2
Author Self-Published
September 2013
On Sale: August 27, 2013
Featuring: Cara Cassidy; Mike Fraser; Ricky Norton
ISBN: 0992638623
EAN: 9780992638627
Kindle: B00E78J0W0
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Romance Suspense | Romance Contemporary

Cara Cassidy and Mike Fraser, newly a couple, are visiting a Scottish Mensa Weekend held in Stirling in July, complete with a medieval costume banquet at the Castle. Cara is assaulted by Danny Dreffin, an unemployed, unpopular Glaswegian computer programmer who is trying to get her into bed. Mike has a public row with this man, a Scottish Nationalist, and has no alibi when the Glaswegian is later found beaten to death.

Central Scotland Police believe Mike may be the killer and Cara turns to a Mensan Garda detective in Dublin, Ricky Norton, for help. He agrees to work on the case if they send him information by e–mail about their fellow Mensan guests. Then it seems that everyone is pleased that Dreffin is dead. Asking questions of the guests from various countries is certain to put the couple in danger, and they only have one day to keep Mike from being charged.

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