by Raymond H. Osbrink
Something is rotten in the city of St. Petersburg. When Harvard professor Dr. Ernest Ennuey arrives in Russia for an international Entomology Conference, he and the beautiful Dr. Yawn Yarkowsky find themselves embroiled in an Agatha Christie murder mystery involving poisonous spiders, an unscrupulous munitions company, Ukrainian separatists, and a gang of Igors. Sprinkled with a slew of allusions to contemporary politics, soda shop charm, and international intrigue, Ennuey is a classic farcical mystery with a modern twist.
As the bodies keep dropping in Russia and Boston, can Ennuey and pals answer the question Whodunit?
About the Author:
Raymond H. Osbrink was born in Los Angeles, California. He is a retired dentist who practiced in Culver City and Newport Beach. He graduated from USC dental school after getting his Pre-dental training at UCLA. He served as a dental corpsman at the training center in San Diego toward the end of World War II. He was a dental officer during the Korean War.
Osbrink and his wife, Gloria, have three sons, seven grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren. His major hobby, other than writing, is music. He has played the piano ever since he was five years old and composed hundreds of musical scores. Oh, and he stinks at golf.