Somerset Secrets: A Series of Short Stories: The Adair Classroom Mysteries Vol III.

So what trials and tribulations face our sleuths? Shh! Theirs no time, come and help the Adair boys uncover, Somerset Secrets: A Series of Short Stories: The Adair Classroom Mysteries Vol. III.
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Enjoy the third novel of my father-and-son mystery-solving duo, Logan and Ulysses Adair, in their new, exciting series of short stories for all ages: Somerset Secrets: A Series of Short Stories: The Adair Classroom Mysteries Volume II.

Who knew teaching and being a father could be so dangerous. High school history teacher Logan Adair and his freshman son Ulysses continue to traverse the dangers of Mangrove High while maneuvering around the plush 1% city of Somerset, Florida. In the hot Florida sun, we find our amateur sleuths in a series of thrilling adventures, unraveling the deceit of the rich and villains with murderous intentions.

The Adair’s call Somerset Florida their home but behind the pristine, white-sand beaches and warm Gulf breezes, lurk the twisted and dark secrets that stay hidden away from prying eyes. Secrets only they can uncover, painful secrets that seek to hurt and destroy everything Logan and Ulysses care about in the world. They again are aided by Ulysses’s hot-tempered, fierce girlfriend Hannah Reyes and Logan’s bumbling best friend, Bob Nelson.

So what trials and tribulations face our sleuths? Shh! Theirs no time, come and help the Adair boys uncover, Somerset Secrets: A Series of Short Stories: The Adair Classroom Mysteries Vol. III.

T.W. Morse (Author)

I grew up in Maine but have spent the last five years in Naples, Florida, with my beautiful wife and two sons. My oldest son attends high school, and my youngest son is at the local middle school. We love calling Naples our home, and it was the inspiration for Somerset. Growing up in Maine, I always read Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Agatha Christie. I even loved the hard-boiled detective series such as Raymond Chandler’s Philip Marlowe. These all inspired me to write 1% Murders. I now read Laurie R King and Rhys Bowen, which pushed me into writing. Mysteries are definitely my love. I seldom read the young adult genre because I could never find a good mystery. When creating 1% Murders, the first volume in The Adair Classroom Mysteries series, I wanted a book for my sons to read; a whodunit mystery for sons and fathers. This was my inspiration for Logan and Ulysses. All my experience teaching in Maine, New Hampshire, and now Florida inspired me to write all the characters and settings throughout 1% Murders and will continue to inspire as I develop future volumes of The Adair Classroom Mysteries. The next exciting installment of Logan and Ulysses Adair’s story will be Somerset Secrets: A Series of Short Stories: The Adair Classroom Mysteries Vol III. Look out for the release on 7/18/2020.

So what trials and tribulations face our sleuths? Shh! Theirs no time, come and help the Adair boys uncover, Somerset Secrets: A Series of Short Stories: The Adair Classroom Mysteries Vol. III.

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