Kurt Maxxon has been a successful stock car race driver for a decade. But when he arrives at the Masonville Oval racetrack and finds the bludgeoned body of the track's general manager, Elaine Willowby, on the concrete floor in a driver's garage, he turns into an amateur sleuth.Maxxon believes he is obligated to help find the murderer, but while the police focus on the missing driver who rents the garage, he looks elsewhere. Through masterful logic and innovative approaches, Maxxon works through his own list of suspects until he forces the killer to make a move.The first novel in the Kurt Maxxon series, "Masonville" takes you on a wild ride through the world of stock car racing, murder, and mystery.
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