Over the past two months, four men have been murdered in their Houston, Texas homes. Each victim was killed on a Sunday evening, and in each case nothing apparently was stolen, and inexplicably, different guns were used in the four murders. The police have no witnesses and no suspects. Rhett Sanders, owner of a local marketing research firm, is visited by the parents of the latest victim who plead with him to investigate their sonas murder. Their son participated in a recent survey conducted by Rhettas firm, and they had read the publicity Rhett had received for using his research to solve murders in the past. Rhett had promised to give up being an amateur detective, but the despair in the faces of the grieving parents, along with his desire to do the right thing, motivate him to get involved. He and his girlfriend, Toni, and best friend, Chris Beck, undertake an investigation, believing they can solve the case if they can discover what else the victims had in common other than the way they were murdered.Rhett assumed, because of the size and quality of the house, that the owner had another occupation other than ranching. ... The truck parked in front was the type a retired man living on a ranch might have, a bright yellow Nissan Frontier.
|Title||:||Something Else in Common|
|Author||:||A. P. Greenwood|
|Publisher||:||Sunstone Press - 2014-12-01|