The Horry County Murders: Death Visits Myrtle Beach and Georgetown

The Horry County Murders: Death Visits Myrtle Beach and Georgetown

Author: Peter F. Warren

Publisher: Outskirts Press

ISBN: 1977255523

Category: Fiction

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First introduced in Peter Warren's novel, Confederate Gold and Silver, the author's principal protagonist, Paul Waring, along with his wife, Donna, and Paul's best friend, Bobby Ray Jenkins, head up an exciting and talented list of criminal investigators from across South Carolina's Grand Strand. Confronted by a series of brutal murders, and with little evidence to work with, Bobby Ray, the commander of the Georgetown County Sheriff's Department's Major Case Squad, along with his boss, Sheriff Leroy Renda, convince Paul to help them work these on-going murders. Retired from the Connecticut State Police Department, Paul's background includes not only being one of Connecticut's top investigators prior to his retirement, but someone who also enjoyed a long and successful stint as a criminal investigator. Paul's expertise in dealing with a host of vicious and brutal criminals, including a lengthy list of murderers and drug runners, caused many departments across Connecticut to have sought his help in solving a wide variety of complex crimes that were not only sadistic and heinous, but brutal and disturbing in how the victims were killed. As Paul joins the task force Renda and Bobby Ray have created, a key piece of evidence continues to be left behind at each of the scenes where the killer has dumped his victims' remains. This key piece of evidence are red bandanas that, in some cases, have been left stuffed inside the mouths of each of the victims. Also left at each of the scenes by the killer are notes; each covers a range of different topics. As the investigations continue, so do the killings. But then, as these bandanas are closely examined by Paul, Bobby Ray, and Douglas Vane, the chief forensic examiner for the Georgetown County Sheriff's Department, Paul notices several clues the others have missed. One of those clues soon leads him to their second suspect. He then advises his partners of the presence of this second killer; someone just as brutal as their first suspect. As Paul and the others struggle to identify their primary suspect, Donna Waring makes what she believes to be an innocent comment regarding someone she knows. From this point on, Park works feverishly to connect the evidence to the person Donna has mentioned. As he delves into each of these murders, Paul also works to find the answer to one other issue. Why have the victims been murdered in Myrtle Beach and their bodies dumped in Georgetown. THE HORRY COUNTY MURDERS takes place along the scenic Grand Strand in South Carolina. Readers who have visited Myrtle Beach, Murrells Inlet, and Georgetown, SC, will enjoy how Warren has used many popular tourist attractions as the scenes for this story. The excitement and suspense Warren has weaved into this tantalizing murder mystery will keep readers on edge as they turn each page. A former Major Crime commander, as well as being the longest serving commanding officer of the Connecticut State Police Department's Statewide Narcotic Task Force, Warren's vast experience has allowed him to write a story which readers of crime novels and murder mysteries will thoroughly enjoy. This is a MUST read for those who enjoy a fast-paced novel while trying to identify who the two killers are that Paul's skills and talents have finally identified. Can you identify who the two killers are? The author of seven novels, Warren's latest story, FORGOTTEN TREASURE, is a sequel to his popular novel, CONFEDERATE GOLD AND SILVER.
The Horry County Murders: Death Visits Myrtle Beach and Georgetown
Language: en
Pages: 0
Authors: Peter F. Warren
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2022-07-11 - Publisher: Outskirts Press

First introduced in Peter Warren's novel, Confederate Gold and Silver, the author's principal protagonist, Paul Waring, along with his wife, Donna, and Paul's best friend, Bobby Ray Jenkins, head up an exciting and talented list of criminal investigators from across South Carolina's Grand Strand. Confronted by a series of brutal
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