A Mediocre Man by A.K. Hill
Francis Humbleton was a plain, ordinary man who was very precise and punctual. He lived his life very simply but on a schedule that he did not veer from. “Friends”, if you could call them that, were few, and enemies did not exist. So why would someone murder him?
Detectives Smith and Johnson were going to find out. Each chapter is written as a day, what the detectives did each day, trying to solve the case. Chapter One, day one, they went to the back where a meticulous Mr. Humbleton worked and met his colleague Fiona, who told them what she knew about him.
The story continues on each day, learning more about him with each passing day and each new person they met.
For a murder mystery, you would not expect the bit of humor that is written in, but that is what makes it unique. Quite the mix of characters that will tug at your heart for Mr. Humbleton and his ways. A quick read but worth it.