Monroe mystery author Bill Ross has published his seventh book in the Monroe Mystery Series, “Who Killed Fritz Zuber?” The book, set in Monroe, chronicles the investigation of a mysterious dead body found in the Eugene Hotel in 1972. Was it a suicide or murder? Police Chief Brandon Johns and Detective Samantha Gates become very frustrated when all the people of interest they interview are lying to them. Will they sort through all the smoking mirrors, deception and entanglements to lift the veil behind all this duplicity and catch the killer?
Ross writes this series of fictionalized books to lift up our Swiss culture and the quality of life we all share in Monroe and Green County for tourism. This book is available for sale, in addition to the other six books in the series, at the Monroe Chamber of Commerce. The popular series is also available at the National Historic Cheesemaking Center and on Amazon.com
In coordination with the release of Ross’s latest book, The Monroe Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce that we will be launching a Murder Mystery Tour. A tour that combines the history and beauty of the City of Monroe with the drama and suspense of the seven-book mystery series from Monroe’s own Bill Ross.
We are excited to offer another family-friendly entertainment opportunity while it shares the history and the beautiful architecture of Monroe. True Crime and Murder Mysteries are at an all-time high in popularity. Get your Mystery/History fix this summer in Monroe!
About the tours:
- Weekly tours are open to the public.
- Tickets can be purchased a the Chamber of Commerce office.
- Tickets prices are $15.00 each or 2 for $25.00.
- The weekly tour will be held on Fridays from June-September, at 10:00 am.
- Tours are approximately 75 minutes and will begin and conclude at The Monroe Chamber of Commerce Office 1505 9th Street, Monroe, WI.
- Group tours are also available by appointment by contacting The Monroe Chamber of Commerce office at 608 325 7648
Full details will be available shortly, so start planning your summer in Monroe and make sure to include a visit to the Chamber of commerce office home of the original Arabut Ludlow Library.