An Amy Bell Mystery “is a captivating work and the latest in her Amy Bell mystery series.


David Schwinger, a retired math professor who has spent his entire career teaching at New York City University and now lives with his wife in Florida, where he enjoys writing songs, playing pickleball and traveling, completed his new book “Murder Saves the Day: An Amy Bell Mystery”: a gripping drama that turns the pages to a satisfying conclusion.

Multimillionaire Ethan Barris sold his internet startup and was now very fond of teaching computer science to the brightest seniors at Laketown Science Academy, a girls’ school. He also reveled in insulting and humiliating his fellow faculty members whom he viewed as mediocre losers.

Ethan found additional pleasure in having sex with several much younger women while intimidating his longtime girlfriend into taking action that she would immediately regret deeply.

One morning, while leaving for his job, Ethan was stabbed to death on his front steps. Police were making no progress, and super detective Amy Bell was hired by a friend of Ethan’s in college to investigate the murder.

Amy soon realized that virtually everyone who knew Ethan didn’t like him at all, except for his students who respected and admired him.

Who hated Ethan so much that he killed him that morning in mid-September? Amy found it hard to believe that any of her suspects would go this far. But someone clearly did, and the beautiful and bright Amy was the last best chance to solve the case.

Published by Page Publishing, David Schwinger’s compelling book is a great choice for avid detective readers.

Readers who wish to discover this exciting work can purchase “Murder Saves the Day: An Amy Bell Mystery” in bookstores around the world or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

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