Murder on the Petulant Express
It was one of the marvels of 1937, the new streamlined train owned by industrial giant Peter Petulant came to be known as "The Petulant Express." The train's regular journey between New York City and Chicago constantly attracted a passenger list of the rich and famous.
And, on this particular journey, they all seemed, by temperament, to be irritated and angry. Petulant himself was a passenger on the noteworthy trek, occupying his plush Presidential Car.
But, last night after a stop in Akron, Ohio, someone made a permanent alteration to the industrialist's career. For his body was found early this morning in his private car by a porter delivering his breakfast tray.
Still holding a crystal champagne glass and with his solid silver cigarette case in the pocket of his robe, Petulant appeared to have died without a struggle, the victim of an unexpected attack.
With a world poised on the brink of war, who would dare trounce a titan of technology, especially one with the foresight and connections of Petulant? And where would the trail lead that would eventually end up at the feet of a killer? Only effective sleuthing and expert investigative skills would dictate the answers.
You'll get everything you need, including
. . .
My party was a great success. Everyone enjoyed themselves. Everyone was excited about the dinner. It was the talk of all of our jobs. The pictures were shared and passed around. We will talk about this night for years to come. Thanks for this lovely night!!!
Management Strategies, Inc., PO Box 191, Cedarburg, WI 53012, (262)377-7230