Murder at the Craft Show
Under the cover of darkness, an unpopular vendor, Stan Fedewa, is murdered in his booth at a craft show in Farmington Hills, Michigan. A vendor who confronted him earlier is suspect number one. He joins others who have reason to commit the crime. Lou Searing is asked to investigate. What Lou uncovers is disturbing, but in the end, justice is served. This book brings to an end the Lou Searing mysteries. But a surprise ending may lead to one more book.
About the Author
Richard L. Baldwin was a special educator and administrator. The last 7 years of his career he served as the State Director of Special Education for the State of Michigan. Following his retirement he established a second career as author and publisher. He has written (to date) 19 cozy mysteries set in Michigan. He formed a small independent publishing company, Buttonwood Press, and currently publishes the work of four authors. Richard speaks at conferences, schools, libraries, senior centers, and book clubs. He lives in Haslett, Michigan with his wife Patty and beloved cat, Sami.