Drama in the Mother Lode: A Henry Wright Mystery Series

The 4th book in the series has our detective, Henry Wright, back in Sonora visiting a friend. While attending a play at a local theatre, the owner of the theatre is discovered with a knife in his chest. Henry and the sheriff, Bill Rustow, set out solving the crime with the help of their friends. Dive into the theatre world with Henry to figure out who committed the crime.
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About Albert Simon

Albert Simon has been writing most of his life, creating and illustrating his first book in his native Dutch at the age of seven.

His success with the Henry Wright Mysteries continue to win praises from his readers.

His writings are available as eBooks for all major eReaders.

Simon's short essays have been published in the local newspapers, and he has written a number of short stories.

Henry Wright, who Simon created for the current mystery series, allows him to be creative and have fun with his fictional characters' personalities and adventures.

He is a member of the California Writers Club and was a frequent reader at Open Mic Night hosted by the Peninsula Chapter. He is involved with the founding of a Mother Lode branch of the CWC.

Albert and his wife have four daughters and live in Palm Springs, California with their two miniature Dachshunds.

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About the Series: Henry Wright Mysteries
Henry Wright is a retired Chief of Police from rural Wisconsin. He now makes his home in Palm Springs, California. Henry assists his old law enforcement friends in solving the mysterious crimes that seem difficult to figure out.

Also in Series: Henry Wright Mysteries

Reviews of Drama in the Mother Lode: A Henry Wright Mystery Series by Albert Simon

RudeJack Reads reviewed on Oct. 12, 2011
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a knowledgeable behind the scenes at the theatre, mystery. very fun, a great combination of mystery and characterization. this series is a good read. i recommend it.
(reviewed 18 days after purchase)
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