"Murder Times Nine: A Sudoku Mystery" - eBook Available Free for a Limited Time

A discerning and analytical reader can decode the killer's puzzle to help solve the mystery.
Murder Times Nine by J.F. Pratt
Murder Times Nine by J.F. Pratt
April 29, 2016 - PRLog -- Murder Times Nine is a detective Sudoku puzzle mystery set in present day Reno.

When a young woman's strangled body is discovered among the willows on the banks of the Truckee River, the autopsy reveals a Sudoku puzzle grid branded onto her. Within the grid, nine numbers are filled in.

When a second victim is found knifed through the chest with a Sudoku puzzle grid tucked neatly in his breast pocket with nine additional numbers, Detective Charles Lee fears a serial killer is stalking his city.

The vengeful and brilliant killer leaves only a single clue at each of the murders. That clue is a Sudoku puzzle devised to taunt and tease the detective. The murderer adds nine numbers to the puzzle left on the most recent victim's corpse. The numbers are a code that identifies the next victim.

Using antique and unusual weapons for each of the murders heightens the grisly killings. The bodies keep piling up as the murderer leaves an increasingly more complete puzzle on the latest victim.

Detective Lee knows he is running out of time. He must unravel how these sets of nine numbers target the next victim. Can he determine who will be the next victim before another dead body is found? Only then will he be able to stop the killer before the puzzle is complete and the killer vanishes.

Download your copy from Amazon for free from April 29 - May 3 by visiting http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00TECTVUU.

Praise for Murder Times Nine: A Sudoku Mystery

"Interesting Mystery Featuring Devious Connection to Sudoku"

"Fast-paced Enjoyable Read"

"Fun, Engaging Murder Mystery"

"For Every Sudoku Player, You Must Read This Book"

About the Author

J.F. Pratt, a retired marketing executive, lives in the Sierra Nevada foothills. This is his first book. Fascinated by puzzles for many years, he thought a Sudoku puzzle would be an ideal format for the novel. He is currently working on a second book, a scientific, historical thriller.

Brian Schwartz, epubreview.com

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