Death at the Cloisters

Death at the Cloisters: A Matthew Hogan Mystery banner

  • Title: Death at the Cloisters: A Matthew Hogan Mystery
  • Author: Randolph Mase
  • Genre: Mystery, Thriller, Suspense
  • Length: 100 pages
  • Publisher: iUniverse
  • Publication Date: November 10, 2014

Death at the Cloisters – Synopsis

Death at the Cloisters: A Matthew Hogan Mystery cover

The bodies of two lovers are found early one morning hanging from the ceiling of a chapel at the Metropolitan Museum of Arts Cloisters. Shortly thereafter, private investigator Matthew Hogan joins forces with his long-time friend Tom Walker of NYPD in the investigation. With the help of his love interest, attorney Kathy Russell, Hogan searches for and discovers several clues near the scene of the murder. The evidence, and interviews with friends and neighbors of the victims, leads Hogan into the dark world of revenge. As he pursues each lead and gets closer to the truth, the real danger escalates, culminating in a climactic showdown in Greenwich Village. You wont want to miss this one!

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About the Author

Author Randolph Mase

Randolph Mase was born in New York City and lived his earlier years in the metropolitan area, graduating from West Point up the Hudson River. He’s published four novels in the Matthew Hogan Mystery series – Death on Broadway, Death Beneath the Streets, Death in Central Park, and Death at the Cloisters; and a historical novel of the Revolutionary War, Nathan Hale. He’s currently working on two more novels: the fifth in the Matthew Hogan Mystery series, Death Inside Diamond Head, and Unbearable, a contemporary comedy. Mase has two grown children who live in the Washington, DC area, and he lives with his wife central Pennsylvania. He has traveled extensively, having visited all 50 of the United States and more than twenty other countries.

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