Book Feature: Deathbed & Breakfast (Pookotz Sisters Mysteries, #1) by Bart J. Gilbertson

Posted on August 29, 2013

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Deathbed & Breakfast (Pookotz Sisters Mysteries, #1)

Published July 2013 by Cozy Cat Press
Paperback, 266 pages

Synopses:

Richard Forester, a retired CEO for a major software company, and his granddaughter Penny show up at the Pookotz Bed & Breakfast one evening and find themselves in some rather unpleasant company. All the guests somehow seem to be connected to Richard’s past and when he is found dead the next morning, everyone is suspect. However, there are a few wrinkles that the inn’s owners Edna and Mildred Pookotz need to iron out as the investigation unfolds. Not only was Richard deathly ill, but he was also accused of embezzling $750,000 which is still unaccounted for. The local Sheriff suspects that this victim’s death is not a natural one, so he–and the sisters–set forth to discover who the murderer is.

Category:

  • Mystery

About the Author:

Bart J. Gilbertson is the author of the Pookotz Sisters Mystery Series. Although he was born in Wisconsin, he spent most of his youth and later years in the rocky mountain state of Idaho. He has been all over the northwest and it is his love for the lush green state of Oregon that inspired the setting for Pleasant Lake and its inhabitants.

He attended ITT Technical Institute in Boise, ID and received an Associate in Applied Science Degree for Computer Networking Systems and graduated with honors.

Bart has worn many hats over his lifetime career, but the one he is most proud of is that of being a writer.

He currently resides in O’Neill, NE. He has two children.​

What the Author Has to Say about it:

There are plenty of twists and turns in this first ‘whodunit’ of the Pookotz Sisters Mystery Series which introduces you to the quaint mountain Oregon town of Pleasant Lake and its inhabitants.

​Readers of the cozy mystery genre will fall in love with Edna and Mildred Pookotz, sisters and amateur sleuths, as they juggle the responsibilities of running a Bed & Breakfast and solving most bizarre mysteries!

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