Murder on the Saugatuck Chain Ferry
Written locally by Corwin Stoppel
Saugatuck’s Chain Ferry has been in continual service since 1838, taking passengers back and forth across the often busy Kalamazoo River. It’s the last of its kind, an icon of the community, and many tourists consider it part of their Saugatuck experience. It is also the setting for Corwin Stoppel’s fifth novel in the Great Saugatuck Murder Mystery Series. Prepare yourself for a tale of mystery and intrigue in Saugatuck in the 1920s – dancing far into the night in the Big Pavilion, Chicago gangsters, professional golfers, a chorus girl, and a very quirky murder.