Murder Most Mysterious, a Glenda At Large Mystery
Glenda Wheatley a sixty-two year old, bottle blonde, outgoing and slightly plumb woman manages complicated system conversions for medium sized businesses which aren’t big enough to have qualified staff of their own tucked away for when they are needed. Glenda has built this service into a successful business and has found a niche which has supported her and her eighteen employees more than adequately over the past twenty years. However the pressure from managing multiple projects while also being the star witness at the sensational trial of a murder she witnessed has proven to be too much for her. When the trial is finally over she just wants to get out of Houston. She decides it’s time to retire and enjoy life. She sells her business and her house, she puts her belongings in storage and takes off in her car to explore this big nation she lives in, but has never seen. When she tires of the nomad life, she then plans to decide where she will put down roots for the rest of her retirement life.
Murder Most Mysterious, the first Glenda at Large Mystery starts when Glenda arrives in Perch Cove, Oregon to house sit for the Gilberts. They are retired and living on the Central Oregon Coast in a beautiful house they built over the sand. They want to visit their daughter and her family who are living in Greece, but they feel six months is too long to leave their house vulnerable and all their cherished belonging exposed. They need a reliable house sitter.
It is a match made in heaven. Glenda agrees to alter her list of places to visit for the chance to live in Oregon, rent free, for six months. The house and the location are ideal. Glenda is very happy with the arrangement except for two things. The first is the worrisome murder which occurred on the fishing pier the first morning she is in town. The second is her aging neighbor, a psychic named Zylda, who is convinced Glenda has been sent by Zylda’s Spirit Guides to take over Zylda’s practice after Zylda passes.
Glenda would have moved on that first day if it wasn’t for her promise guard the Gilberts property.
- Gayle Wigglesworth, September 2011
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