The Marathon Murders

The Marathon Murders Did Sydney Liggett assistant treasurer of Marathon Motor Works in Nashville skip town in with embezzled funds or was he framed and murdered That s the question PI s Greg and Jill McKenzie are

  • Title: The Marathon Murders
  • Author: Chester D. Campbell
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  • Page: 311
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Marathon Murders

    Did Sydney Liggett, assistant treasurer of Marathon Motor Works in Nashville, skip town in 1914 with embezzled funds, or was he framed and murdered That s the question PI s Greg and Jill McKenzie are hired to answer when 90 year old documents found during restoration of the company s buildings disappear They discover the contractor who had them has been murdered As theyDid Sydney Liggett, assistant treasurer of Marathon Motor Works in Nashville, skip town in 1914 with embezzled funds, or was he framed and murdered That s the question PI s Greg and Jill McKenzie are hired to answer when 90 year old documents found during restoration of the company s buildings disappear They discover the contractor who had them has been murdered As they follow the twisting path, bodies are found and they fear their client, Liggett s great great granddaughter, may be next.

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    1. Kevintipple

      Chester Campbell is one of those authors you never hear much about who constantly produces quality books. Instead of posting everywhere on everything, he just goes about his business and his latest novel is another good one. When Warren Jarvis comes with a case, there isn’t anything Greg and Jill McKenzie won’t do for him. He brings with him a friend who goes by various names due to the nature of her work with the Air Force’s Office of Special Investigations. She has a family link to a nin [...]

    2. Michelle

      Good bookYou people should just read this book yourselves and write your own review on this novel yourself and I really enjoyed reading this book very much so. Shelley MA

    3. Laurie

      Liked this reada little mystery, a little murder, a little love. Some references to previous books in the series, but you understood the storyline with having read the other books.

    4. Scot

      This was fourth in the Greg McKenzie mystery series, second one that I read. Targets the equivalent of the old Matlock audience: retired folks or those who know how to use their AARP card to get useful discounts and benefits. Slow paced at the beginning, but part of the purpose is to show the happy, active lifestyle retirees can live--in this case, going back to work as a husband and wife private investigation team.Interesting in how it shows the nuts and bolts procedure of professional investig [...]

    5. Holly

      Pretty good mystery. More well written than many that I've recently read, in that there really wasn't anything cringe-worthy at all. A retired Air Force lieutenant colonel, now a PI along with his wife, is hired to find some papers related to a 50+ year old death. The man with the papers, however, ends up dead. Then others end up dead. What I liked most about this book is that the protagonist PI worked in conjunction with law enforcement rather than interfering and undermining, as is the case in [...]

    6. Jaden Terrell

      Reading Chester Campbell's The Marathon Murders is like going to dinner with good friends you haven't seen in awhile. In this book, Greg McKenzie and his wife, Jill, have honed their private detecting skills and acquired the kind of teamwork that comes only with experience.The mystery involves a long-hidden murder tied to the old Marathon Motorworks factory in Nashville. Although the book is a work of fiction, Campbell does a good job of tying modern events to the actual history of the factory. [...]

    7. Stacei

      another good oneI love the Greg McKenzie Mysteries. I am sad there is only one book left in the series. Once again Jill and Greg are off to solve a case. As a retired couple turned PI's. You never know where the case will take them. With help from local law enforcement and their stumbling onto info the local law enforcement needs, it is a bundle of twists and turns. There were a couple of loose ends in this one, but I still loved it. Can't say enough good about this series. Very clean if that is [...]

    8. J. Ewbank

      This book by Campbell is a series but I have not read any other books in the series. This book is a good read. The main characters are believable, they work t solve one problem and have other issues arise as well. Some interesting characters people the story. If you like mysteries you will enjoy this one.J. Robert Ewbank author "John Wesley, Natural Man, and the Isms" "Wesley's Wars" and "To Whom It May Concern"

    9. Luv2read

      I guess this book was written for a particular audience. Apparently not for me. The author goes off on tangents, like what his wifey/partner cooked for dinner or her going off to find a new centerpiece for the buffet (or whatever). Not at all my idea of a well-written murder mystery. Found myself slogging along hoping something meaningful would happen and by then I was half way through. Nope, not for me!

    10. Nancy

      A fast read with a standard PI plot line. Still it whiled away the hours nicely on a grey winter day.Early on I noticed an odd twist that had nothing to do with the plot. Two of the central characters had both parents die together in two extremely rare occurrences--an earthquake and a commercial airline crash.

    11. Beccam

      Mr. Campbell creates a cozy world of mystery with this latest in his Greg and Jill McKenzie mystery series. His characters are familiar, real and charming (even to those who have not read his previous books) and the plot developments keep the story moving at a fast pace.You will thoroughly enjoy reading this book- and what else could you ask?

    12. Dawn Muir-Frost

      I enjoyed this book quite a bit. However, much of my enjoyment came out of having been to the Marathon Motors plant prior to its renovations and my knowledge of the history of the plant itself. All in all though, a good mystery.

    13. Michele

      ExcellentThis book fits the mystery genre to a T. It is well-written and not at all trashy or noire like. I love the husband and wife team and look forward to reading more of this author's work.

    14. Shelley

      Cute and fast read that held my attention. Living near Nashville myself, it was fun to read about roads I have driven and places I have seen and gone. :) The story itself was interesting and very enjoyable.

    15. Carrie Bray

      Not a bad book but not that exciting. I liked the lack of cursing, but didn't enjoy the hard to follow rankings of officers in military. It took a while to get through this wordy book but I finished it. I get my books free so that helps with a boring book.

    16. Timeforme

      Good read with a well drawn plot and strong characters. I hadn't read the other books in this series but had no problem following the storyline and getting to know the characters. My only complaint is that I knew who the murderer was as soon as he was introduced in the book.

    17. Regina

      Good Read! I like murder mysteries and watch a lot of the BBC detective shows. This book is like one of those. It was a little slow at times but then it picked back up fairly quickly. I have not read any of the others in the series but I will!Good solid plot, with interesting characters!Kudos!

    18. Allen

      This suspense carried the suspense right up to the final pages. I found only two errors in this book, which is exceptional.

    19. Pat

      A free Kindle book and worth every penny. Very predictable mystery with cookie-cutter characters along with some almost comical 19th century attitudes.

    20. Neeka

      Interesting read. Fast paced and well developed storyline. Reading this series is always fun. Highly recommended.

    21. ConnieBredernitz

      AwesomeOnce again Mr. Campbell has worked his magic. He has quite a talent! Can't wait to read another of his books!

    22. Nancy Harmon

      I tried really hard to finish this book, but couldn't slog through it. I felt the dialog was stilted and nothing happened.

    23. Susan

      Interesting, believable characters trying to solve a mystery with many twists and turns. Was not able to figure it out completely until the very last.

    24. Amy

      Sixty-something husband and wife detective team in Nashville. Clean and well-written, but I got a little bored. I was glad to see the end.

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