The Carnegie Museum Murders
by Lewis Morse
Someone is killing off members of two families, the Youngs and the Lands, owners of multibillion-dollar conglomerates. They have been feuding with each other for years. Each diabolical murder involves its own method and leads to transfer of power and wealth between the two families.
Craggy-faced, womanizing chowhound, Professor of English Orin Underwood is a former officer in the Army CID. As a warm friend of the first victim, he is drawn into helping to solve the murder. Then it becomes a series. He agonizes after each killing because he cant stop the continuing sequence. Finally, he solves the case with brilliant insight and strategy.About the Author
Lewis Morse is an industrial chemist who has published technical material and has many patents. He chooses to live in a cultural district of Pittsburgh, surrounded by universities, libraries, and museums. Morse also attends seminars in various branches of chemistry, audits courses, and is a Shakespeare buff. He is past president of the Pittsburgh Chemists Club and is currently a member of the Dickens Fellowship of Pittsburgh.(2012, paperback, 152 pages)