The Great Saugatuck Murder Mystery
Written locally by Corwin Stoppel
Saugatuck in the 1920s was the Paris of the Midwest. Visitors came for the beaches, to study art at Ox-Bow Summer School of the Arts, or to dance the night away to hot jazz at the Big Pavilion. Beneath the carefree lifestyle there was a dark side bubbling to the surface on Venetian Night when the minister at the Episcopal Church was found murdered. Doctor Balfour, the one visitor who did not want any part of it, soon found himself caught up in intrigue and mystery, forced to confront the demons and ghosts of his unhappy past.