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Bedlam at the Brickyard

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This collection of fifteen short stories are written by some of today’s best emerging mystery writers. It’s a delightful assortment that takes place around the Indianapolis Motor Speedway’s 400-mile stock car race and the festivities that surround it.

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This collection of fifteen short stories are written by some of today’s best emerging mystery writers. It’s a delightful assortment that takes place around the Indianapolis Motor Speedway’s 400-mile stock car race and the festivities that surround it.

Included are tales of the beginnings of stock car racing, bootlegging, drivers, and fans. The stories have revenge, cover-ups, memorabilia collecting, the paranormal, racing superstitions, and much more. Each story is punctuated with a historical narrative or statistical chart to enlighten on the Brickyard 400.

Inside these pages you will read: The Ballad of the Midnight Traveler; One Last Race; A Dangerous Habit; A Crowd Pleaser; Boneyard Busted; I Love You Jeff Gordon; One Dead Scooter; A Lucky Guy; The Collectors; Tarnished Legacy; The Missing CD; Picture Perfect; Roadkill; Lady Luck; The Race is On. 

The foreword is written by award-winning and New York Times bestselling historical novelist, James Alexander Thom.

This entertaining anthology is written by members of the Speed City Indiana Chapter of Sisters in Crime and edited by Brenda Robertson Stewart, mystery author and editor of the award winning Racing Can Be Murder, and Wanda Lou Willis, Indiana folklore historian and author of the Haunted Hoosier Trails series of books.

 

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Author Stewart & Willis
EAN/ISBN-13 Code 9780981928999
Published 01/05/2010
Your Price $14.95 :
Format: Trade Paper
Size: 6 x 9
Pages: 240

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Weight .86 lbs

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