About the Book
Jimmy Moses faces a heartbreaking dilemma.
He lives and works in the home of a prominent community member, doing everything from gardening to cooking.
But then the head of the household begins to murder his family members, first his three children and then his wife.
Jimmy knows this is happening but worries if he goes to the sheriff he could become the fifth victim.
And would the sheriff believe him against a former mayor and Chamber of Commerce president?
The author invites you into Jimmy's world and that of Sheriff John Bedford.
FOUR MURDERS IN A SMALL TOWN
"Read (Four Murders in a Small Town) only if you want an exciting tale with unexpected discoveries, twists, and an ending calculated for surprise.
"Cuddle up ... while this landmark mystery unravels before your eyes."
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About the Author
Born and raised in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, William Allan graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from McMaster University and a Bachelor of Journalism degree from Carleton University's School of Journalism.
He moved west and started a career with newspapers that lasted nearly 30 years.
Most of that time was spent at The Leader-Post, the daily newspaper in Regina, Saskatchewan.
William was a reporter and copy editor from 1979 to 2008, reporting on crime and labour issues and later editing copy and doing page makeup.
He retired in 2008 and lives with his spouse, Abby Ulmer, and their cat Toby in Regina.
William wrote and published two books in 2016 - Four Murders in a Small Town and How to Self Publish Inexpensive Books and Ebooks, to help struggling authors get published.
An updated U.S. Edition of the How to Self Publish book in ebook format was published in early 2018.
William's third book, Justice Preserved, his second fictional crime story, was also published in 2018.
William has remained a newshound and avidly reads newspapers and collects books.