Murder at the French Country Inn...
Our shop which is located in the lobby of the French Country Inn is pleased to announce the sale of the just released novel written by Clyde Deighton which showcases The French Country Inn and local gangster history.
A tale of modern crime in a town filled with colorful characters...and echoes of the Roaring Twenties. (Taken from the back cover of Murder at the French Country Inn).
According to The Spirit Magazine, "The legacy of gangster history at
French Country Inn is the stuff that continues to ignite the imagination of locals and visitors alike," and "If you haven't been to the French Country Inn lately, the holiday season is the perfect time to make a visit. You can pick up your personal copy of this new mystery and enjoy the quaint surroundings of the Inn and its 33 beautifully appointed rooms."
Murder at the French Country Inn is an easy-read novel written by Clyde Deighton, who mirrors the plot to factual gangster history at the Inn. The book combines Deighton's imaginative characters with a historical gangsters appendix. -Little Town. Big Trouble. Jaded by divorce and big-city corruption, a former Chicago cop returns to his boyhood home and takes a job as a rural police chief. All he wants is a quiet life and the occasional stiff cocktail at his favorite haunt-a secluded lakeside resort that was once a gangster hideaway. Then trouble walks into the bar wearing a tight black skirt, a snowmobiling sniper takes aim, and there's murder at the French Country Inn. It's been a long, cold winter in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, but when crime heats up and passions flare, it's almost more than one man can handle...A tale of modern crime in a town filled with colorful characters...and echoes of the Roaring Twenties.- Taken from the back cover of Murder at the French Country Inn.
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So_glad_you found us! Our online boutique sells items related to our Inn and will soon be offering posters, postcards and interesting photos relating to the history of our hotel and the gangster connection in this area. If you have any questions or concerns, please call the French Country Inn at 262-245-5220 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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