Death on The River
by Lawrence Wargrave
Difficulty: Incredibly hard
City: New York
The police have found a body floating in the Hudson. You've been called in to find out who put it there, then bring the murderer to justice. But this is not just a simple case, and the search may take more than you imagine.
It was a normal night in the life of a detective. I had just returned home after finishing a case involving an old flame who, as it turned out, was a murderer. I must say I often donâ€™t understand such people at all. Were they all madmen, unable to make the distinction between good and bad, right and wrong? Or do they hold secret motives that truly justify - at least to them - a horrific murder?