Murder in the Blood by Robert Smith
A Dynasty of Serial Killers, Father to Son
Former golden boy of Savannah PD, Detective Clyde Monroe has been tucked away in the cold case unit following his over-reaction to finding his wife in bed with the next-door neighbor’s wife. The opportunity for redemption comes when he visits a body discovered at a local golf course. Sensing that due to the manner of the crime that this may not be a lone kill he digs deeper requesting information from other cold case units. As the responses come in, he realizes that he is on to something much bigger than he ever anticipated as he finds a family of serial killers whose trail leads back over a century.
Billy Weaver VII is a tour golf professional like his father before him and his father’s father before him. His golfing lineage can be traced back to Billy Weaver who was a club pro in New York in 1910. Like his father before him and his father’s father before him he has followed in both branches of the family business, golf, and death.
Murder in the Blood tells of the discovery of the ever-increasing number of bodies killed by the Weavers over a one-hundred-and-ten-year span, and how Clyde Monroe and his team which expands to include the FBI track down the killers, finally bringing the Weavers to justice and closure to the bereaved.