The publication of SLAY RIDE, Chris Grabenstein's third novel,
raises an interesting question: is there anything that this author
cannot do well? Grabenstein seemingly burst from out of nowhere
onto the mystery and suspense scene with what has become known as
the John Ceepak/Jersey Shore mysteries: the award-winning
TILT-A-WHIRL and MAD MOUSE. Ostensibly a stand-alone work, SLAY
RIDE in some ways is a more ambitious endeavor for Grabenstein.
Certainly, if his intent was to tell a story that would keep the
reader up all night, he has succeeded admirably.
SLAY RIDE centers on Christopher Miller and Scott Wilkinson, two
very different y