Murder in the 11th House is the first novel in the mystery series that introduces a unique character in the annals of detective fiction. Astrological detective David Lowell gets involved in a new case thanks to his daughter, a young defense attorney who believes that a murder suspect is innocent. A judge has been murdered in a New York City parking garage, and Joanna "Johnny" Colbert, a tough and mouthy bartender, is accused of the crime. Lowell's daughter, Melinda, believes that her client has been wrongly accused.
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Someone is bumping off rock's wrinkled royalty. After the death of the third aging rock star, lead singer Freddie Finger, astrologer-detective David Lowell takes on the case, scrutinizing suspects' charts for any clues in the stars that could point to a killer.
In his most personal case yet, astrologer/detective David Lowell is presented with a briefcase containing one million dollars in cash and the promise of another million upon success, by Dr. Ethan Williamson, to find his dying son's twin for a life-saving kidney transplant. A rare blood type has made a successful donor impossible to find, and time is running out for the boy.