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A past case comes back to haunt Twin Cities P.I. McKenzie as a stolen sum of money threatens to resurface in From the Grave, the next mystery in David Housewright’s award-winning series.

Once a police detective in St. Paul, Minnesota, Rushmore McKenzie became an unlikely millionaire and an occasional unlicensed private investigator, doing favors for friends. But this time, he finds himself in dire need of working on his own behalf.

His dear friend and first love Shelby Dunston attends a public reading by a psychic medium with the hope of connecting with her grandfather one final time. Instead, she hears McKenzie’s name spoken by the psychic in connection with a huge sum of stolen―and missing―money.

Caught in a world of psychic mediums, with a man from his past with a stake in the future, and more than one party willing to go to great and deadly lengths to get involved, McKenzie must figure out just how much he’s willing to believe―like his life depends on it―before everything takes a much darker turn.



About the Author

David Housewright

A past president of the Private Eye Writers of America, Housewright is best known for his Rushmore McKenzie and Holland Taylor detective novels as well as other tales of murder and mayhem in the Midwest. He earned the Edgar Award from the Mystery Writers of America for "Penance" (1996) as well as three Minnesota Book Awards for "Practice to Deceive" (1998) , "Jelly's Gold" (2010) and "Curse of the Jade Lily" (2013) . "What Doesn't Kill Us" (St. Martin's Minotaur) will be his 25th novel - and 17th in the McKenzie series. "First Kill the Lawyers" - the fifth book in the Holland Taylor series - was published in 2019. All of Housewright's novels are being printed in trade paper by Down and Out Books and all of his McKenzie novels will be made available as audiobooks by Blackstone Audio. Housewright also has a volume of short stories called "Full House." All of his novels are available on Kindle. Website: www.davidhousewright.com. He can also be found on Facebook and Twitter.



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