Fragile lives, shattered dreams, loads of mystery and a chance of a new beginning. A great read! -Amazon Review
The Stranger in the Attic:
A Murder Mystery
“There’s been another murder” yells the newsboy as he agitates a copy of the Daily News above his head.
Henrietta Jones is tired of being afraid. One by one, women with red hair are vanishing in the small town of Ember only to be found dead in an isolated Hunting Lodge at the back of the local park. Then, one cold, snowy night, a stranger appears on Henrietta’s doorstep, looking for a room to rent.
Torn between suspicion, fear, and a desperate need for money, Henrietta welcomes the stranger into her home. But as the body count rises, she watches the strange man living upstairs with eagle eyes, worried that there might be a killer among them. Because Henrietta, like all the dead women, has red hair.
As she impatiently waits for the police to carry out their investigations, Henrietta realizes that danger could be closer than she thought. Her husband, her neighbor, and others around her carry long-submerged secrets that could be putting her in danger. Fearing for her life, she takes matters into her own hands, not realizing that by doing so, she has become marked for death.
About the Author
Agnes Makóczy is a freelance writer and adventure traveler. She loves to write and carries her computer everywhere, finding inspiration for her stories in the places she travels to. After brief attempts at Romance Novels and one Health book, she’s had to face the truth: she loves writing Murder Mysteries the best. She is best known as the author of the Margo Fontaine Murder Mysteries, a series set in the fictional seaside town of Half Moon Bay, Louisiana. A longtime Lafayette, Louisiana resident, Ms. Makóczy now travels the world with her husband Bill, while she works on her next novel.