Monday, March 27, 2006

Novel Sets Murder Mystery at Indiana Statehouse

The murder of an Indiana state lawmaker is attracting attention across the country, as reported by the website of WISH-TV (Indianapolis IN). The story, however, is a work of fiction.

The Indiana Statehouse is the setting for a murder mystery now on bookshelves. It’s a novel called Lethal Remedy. The plot of Lethal Remedy revolves around efforts to get a bill passed in the Indiana General Assembly. Those efforts lead to three murders and a surprise ending.

While the story is fiction, the setting is real. Mike Abrams, author of Lethal Remedy, tells of meetings in Statehouse offices and describes scenes that include the marble wall in the House chamber, as well as issues and deadlines that are familiar to Statehouse insiders.

Read more about Abrams and the background for Lethal Remedy here.

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