A Death At The Potawatomi Club

By Stephen Timbers
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On a quiet morning at the prestigious Potawatomi Club, Charlie Bailey arrives for his weekly game of golf. After entering the empty locker room, the last thing Bailey expects to find is his family friend Scottie Bradshaw, feckless son of a prominent family, face down in the locker room pool. Scottie’s death is ruled an accident—he was a heavy drinker, after all—but Bailey isn’t satisfied with the police’s ruling, and decides to do some investigating of his own. Little does he know that his snooping is putting him—and those he loves most—directly in the crosshairs.

About the Author

Stephen Timbers graduated from Yale and Harvard and had a successful career as an executive in the financial services industry, in addition to serving on several corporate and non-for-profit boards of directors. He and his wife have one son. They reside in Hobe Sound, Florida.


“Since I like thrillers, I dare say this is one of my favourites” - Carlitas

“Excellent murder mystery" - Phil Bolos

“If you enjoy your inner detective, this book will be a delight” - Billy O.

“An incredible job fro the writer" - Ivan

“Fantastic murder mystery" - Conscientious

“What sets it apart is the skill of the author in creating nuanced and reveting story" - VF.E, (Vine Voice)

“Stephen Timbers takes suspense thrillers’ status on a new level." - Nela

“An impressive first novel. I hope there will be more Charlie Bailey crime stories to come." - John R. Buerkle

“A real page turner” - Ona

“A strikingly well-written mystery thriller that will leave you on the edge of your seat from the get-go.” - Amy K.

“Detective stories are my favorites. I totally recommend it.” - Susan Bi.

“The book is fast-paced and the ending is quite surprising.” - Lorenza Seidner

“Stephen Timbers has distinguished himself with this superb book. Very, very well done.” - Harry Lamberson

“A superbly written and richly descriptive novel with brilliantly drawn characters and settings. A well deserved five stars.” - Piasris (Vine Voice)

Published: 2005
Page Count: 32