Gray Basnight: Flight of the Fox

 

flight of the fox, murderincommon.com, gray basnight, june lorraine roberts

Fox in the garden

Hummingbirds by the shed

 

Math professor Sam Teagarden is on the run. From whom exactly he’s not sure, but they framed him for murdering the boy next door.

At the heart of this, encrypted material sent to him that contains information about a secret government op from the 30s. It’s damaging and can’t come out, regardless of the cost. 

Teagarden needs to decode the material but all his regular channels are unusable. His face is across the media as a wanted man. It’s a hard run with bad knees however, the professor is a pretty resourceful guy.

Flight of the Fox is suspenseful and at times humorous. Gray Basnight has balanced that well, with a fast, enjoyable read. Available July 23rd.

~ June Lorraine

 

 

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