The Rozar Park Mystery

Rated 4.38/5 based on 8 reviews
A short story mystery set in middle Georgia involving a man apparently killed by a falling tree at a local park, a strange animal's footprints, bizarre Craigslist postings, and an exciting ending! Written by a former US Marshal with over 23 years experience in the area. The first in the series. More
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About the Series: Chris Calhoun Middle Georgia Mysteries
A series of mysteries set in the central Georgia area. Chis is asked to assist Mark Hall, the author and US Marshal, with a number of interesting stories

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Kev123 reviewed on on May 21, 2018

Good short read. Read #2 as well, look forward to rest of the series. Just enough back story to be interesting but not overwhelming.
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annreader reviewed on on March 11, 2018

This is a good story and worth the time to read. However, there are areas of awkwardness in the flow of the story which slows down the experience. I plan on following this author.
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T. R. Robinson reviewed on on July 25, 2017

As stated in the description, this is a short story (9,830 words) that makes it suitable for all readers no matter where they happen to be: commuting; waiting for appointment; between appointments; relaxing; etc. Also, as implied in the title, it would appeal to any reader who enjoys a mystery.

A US Marshal is called in when a body is found in Rozar Park, hence the title. With him is his friend Chris who, the reader is ultimately informed, is in the witness protection program. Very little is known about Chris but he quickly proves his value; initially by noticing anomalies regarding the body’s position and subsequently in the ongoing investigation. Besides the body’s position, there are other unusual elements, including some odd newspaper adverts, which intrigue and eventually lead to the truth. The story certainly does not end up where expected.

This is an enjoyable book though some readers may not always like the style. It is often clumsy, particularly in places where the author is attempting to establish the physical scene and scenery. Nevertheless, and in total fairness to the author, those passages do not detract from the tale: it remains enjoyable.

With such a short story, it would be unfair, to author and potential reader alike, to outline any further details.

Readers of my reviews will know I consider most books realistically fall within the three stars rating. That does not mean they are not good.
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Kevin A. Lyons reviewed on on Nov. 13, 2016

This is a very good story with an unusual setting and several strong characters. It's told in the first person by a US Marshall in central Georgia. The Marshall has a friend whose background is a bit unclear -- he is obviously very familiar with investigations and probably has a background in law enforcement, but the nature of his background isn't fully explained.

There is a minor problem with punctuation involving the use of quotation marks, but I didn't take a star off.

I plan to read more in this series.
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Betty Addams reviewed on on March 11, 2016

Really like this author. His writing style makes you want to keep reading. Like a friend telling you an interesting, true story over coffee. His characters are very likeable and it's easy to get invested in their story. A very good mystery. I look forward to the next book (Squadron Inn Mystery).
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James Jenkins reviewed on on Jan. 25, 2016

I am not a big mystery solver, so there may or may not be errors in the logic execution of the solutions here, but it "felt" right. There just enough words to tell the story, not to many and not to few, just right.

Adding the next in the series to my reader to read soon.
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Bege reviewed on on July 16, 2015

In this tale we meet a modern-day Sherlock Holmes with a mysterious past history. He notices things others oversee, and helps the poiice solve the crime. I look forward to further adventures.
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shario1 reviewed on on Dec. 28, 2014

Very creative. I enjoyed the story.
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