Mystery On Twin Lakes: A Chief Keplar Case, by Russell Warnberg, is a good old fashioned crime thriller, about a small town murder mystery set in the 1950s, and where Chief Keplar, a veteran detective, finds himself following a trail of blood and greed. No computers. No DNA. No fancy CSI tricks – just balls and guts and following their noses, as Keplar and the local police go on the hunt for the person behind the killing spree. The author not only spins a good crime thriller, he captures the ambience and imagery of the post war years, in the 1950s, and what life was like when television was coming of age, when investigation required going on site and not to Google, and where the good guys are really good guys. A pleasurable read.