Racing Can Be Murder is a collection of nineteen stories written by some of today’s best mystery writers. This delightful collection revolves around the Indianapolis 500 Mile Race and the festivities that take place in Indianapolis each merry month of May. All the writers approach their individual stories in their own unique way. There are stories that involve the race track, the drivers, a Snakepit Ball of the future, and a “Snake Pit” murder discovered by a radio host on a late night call-in show. One author uses historic Tuckaway as the setting for a pre -race party; another, a bar in Speedway to examine drivers of the past. The 500 Festival Parade, the 500 Festival princess es, an early air show staged at the Speedway, Pole Day, booth volunteers, the museum, the land that surrounds the track, and the beautiful escorts hired by those with no party dat es round out the variety of subjects. Tucked between each story are true facts about the 500 Mile Race.
About the Editors: Brenda Robertson Stewart is a figurative artist, forensic artist, horsewoman, and mystery author. She lives in central Indiana. She is the author of Power in the Blood. Tony Perona is a freelance writer and author of the Nick Bertetto mystery series. He is the author of Second Advent and Angels Whisper.
Publisher: Blue River Press
ISBN-13 Code: 9780976336198