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Experience thrills and chills on a mystery series by Robert J. Rosenbaum

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Experience thrills and chills on a mystery series by Robert J. Rosenbaum

Experience thrills and chills on a mystery series by Robert J. Rosenbaum

OLATHE, CO. – Western Slope Mystery Series, is a captivating mystery series, all of which will pull you in from book one to five. Author Robert J. Rosenbaum’s stories are a hard-boiled detective novels that demands marathon reading. 

Mountain Murder is the fifth entry in the Western Slope Mystery Series. Rosenbaum’s novels draw readers in with an initial whodunnit but keep readers coming back for the rich character development, mystery content, and compelling storytelling.  

The deadly investigation opens on a high plateau late December afternoon where a Colorado Park Ranger is checking snowmobiles for current registration stickers. He was about to call it a day when a group of snowmobilers appear. He noticed they don’t have stickers, and immediately asked for identification. He is shot in the back. The ranger’s death quickly grows from country investigation to include C.W. Blakenship of the Colorado Bureau of Investigation, then expands to three county Sheriff departments, the State Police, The DEA, and the ATF. 

Each of Rosenbaum’s novels is an opportunity to solve a juicy murder or uncover a dark and devious secret, but that’s not what compels a reader to pick up his next book. His mystery series create thrills, chills, and plot twists that keep armchair detectives guessing. 

So, get your notebooks and magnifying glasses and learn more about Robert J. Rosenbaum and his works by visiting his website, Eager fans can expect his sixth novel to be available this year. 

“Mountain Murder: High Country Mayhem” 

By Robert J. Rosenbaum 

Available soon on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other online book retailers

About the Author 

Bob Rosenbaum lives in Colorado’s Uncompahgre Valley where he divides his time between hiking and camping, splitting firewood and writing detective novels set in a fictionalized version of the Western Slope.  He holds a PHD in US History, specializing in the American West.  Over a checkered career he has been, among other things, a university professor, a construction laborer, a house painter and roofer and the chief of a volunteer fire department. 

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