D. Howard Armstrong's new book "Murder at 221 Beacon Hill" is Now Available

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D. Howard Armstrong, a murder mystery writer, and enthusiast has completed her highly-anticipated book "Murder at 221 Beacon Hill": This suspense thriller has it all, Suspense, Crime, Family Drama, Romance, and Murder!

HOUSTON - s4story -- According to Armstrong, "She has an overactive imagination, creating stories in her head before writing them down. She hopes her readers will enjoy a light read while being satisfied with a clever ending to her stories. Agatha Christie has been an inspiration for her dream to become a writer."

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, D. Howard Armstrong's mysterious tale shares the story of Maggie Matheson, an advertising executive in New York City, who is forced to put her career on hold when she discovers her fiancé has been murdered in his Long Island mansion on Christmas night.
She vows to make sure whoever killed her beloved Edward was brought to justice, even if it meant soliciting the help of a former Secret Service agent from Washington, DC. After arriving in New York, Maxwell Howard joins forces with Senior Inspector Morris of the NYPD to hunt down the diabolical killer that has eluded the police for months.

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As things unfold, Maxwell Howard follows the trail of art thieves to the back streets of New York and all the way to Miami Beach only to wind back up at the mysterious mansion of Beacon Hill.

Armstrong writes, "The thrills and suspense will lead you on an exciting adventure and keep you guessing who killed Edward. A family drama is intertwined throughout the search for a villain before they kill again."
Readers who wish to experience this thrilling story can purchase "Murder at 221 Beacon Hill" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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