When American golfer Barry Vinson turns up dead at the British Open, golf writer John Morris and his companion, Julia Sullivan, search for clues, but when an antique golf ball is stuffed down a second murder victim’s throat, they uncover a bizarre mystery as old as the game itself.
Vinson could pulverize his tee shots and dazzle with his short game. But when it came to personality, the brilliant young American was strictly a duffer — until someone took him off the course. With an antique golf ball — a ‘feathery’ — stuffed down his throat.
For sportswriter John Morris and the high-spirited Julia Sullivan, it is nearly a matter of even par … until that second savage murder is committed. Now, through all the pomp and cutthroat competition of the Open, Morris and Sullivan desperately try to solve the bizarre mystery, taking them back through the history of Scotland itself, where golf and bloody murder are all just part of the game.
Published previously in paperback by Dell, this Morris & Sullivan Mystery is at last digitally available from QP Books — an authorized and unabridged republication, and part of the complete, acclaimed series by master mystery writer John Logue.