I'm happy that Michigan State University doesn't have a football game this weekend to distract me from reading Judge William Whitbeck's "To Account For Murder" which is receiving great reviews as a thriller and a whodunit with a big political twist.
It's historical fiction that's based on a real event when a Michigan state senator was killed in the forties and during a time when the state's politics was driven by corruption.
Last night's book-signing at the Michigan Historical Center in downtown Lansing was packed with readers who wanted to get their books signed by Whitbeck, the chief-judge of the state's Court of Appeals and wanted to hear him tell the "who, what, when, where, how, why and so-what" of the book and then read from it's first chapter.
If you're looking for a gift for the readers on your Christmas gift list, then this is worth looking at.
I will share my reaction to to book after I read it this weekend. It can be purchased from Amazon. It's also available for the Kindle.
Here's a quick video look at last night's packed book-signing.