Tag: women sleuth

Dumpster Dicing

Dumpster Dicing

| May 1, 2017

As Janie and Betsy Ann go for their morning jog, the city sanitation vehicle follows its normal five-mile Tuesday morning route through their retirement community of Sunset Acres. The two Bunco-playing biddies spot a leg dangling out of the dumpster when the truck lifts the trash container high in the air. Someone diced up one […]

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Angels

Angels

| April 12, 2016

When best buddies Michael and Gabriel come across the scene of a car crash, they argue about pulling over to help. But when they see a shattered car, a bullet hole, and a man on the verge of death, they have no choice but to take him to hospital. A simple enough act, but neither […]

Past Judgment (An Emma Harrison Mystery Book 1)

Past Judgment (An Emma Harrison Mystery Book 1)

| June 12, 2015

The past holds a secret more terrible than murder… When the prison van taking convicted murderer Leroy Carter to Dartmoor Prison crashes, he escapes to try and prove his innocence. Looking into his case are feisty Assistant Governor, Emma Harrison and the original detectives from the case. One of those detectives is Sgt Billy Williams, […]

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Past Judgment (An Emma Harrison Mystery Book 1)

Past Judgment (An Emma Harrison Mystery Book 1)

| February 20, 2015

The first book in a new series from the bestselling, crime, thriller and mystery author of the Sgt Major Crane novels. Ideal for those who love British crime fiction mystery series, full of suspense, with contemporary feisty women sleuths. Emma Harrison has a great life. She’s Assistant Governor at Reading Young Offenders Institute, has a boyfriend and a flat […]

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Taking the Fall: A Cozy Mystery (Brenna Battle Book 1)

Taking the Fall: A Cozy Mystery (Brenna Battle Book 1)

| February 6, 2015

Olympian Brenna Battle once had the fire. Now, she’s just burned out—and burned by love. She’s ready to retire from competitive judo and pursue a new dream in a new town, with her biggest supporter, her recently divorced little sister, Blythe. But on their first day in town, Blythe falls for local sleaze-bag reporter, Ellison […]

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Taking the Fall: A Cozy Mystery (Brenna Battle Book 1)

Taking the Fall: A Cozy Mystery (Brenna Battle Book 1)

| November 13, 2014

Olympian Brenna Battle once had the fire. Now, she’s just burned out—and burned by love. She’s ready to retire from competitive judo and pursue a new dream in a new town, with her biggest supporter, her recently divorced little sister, Blythe. But on their first day in town, Blythe falls for local sleaze-bag reporter, Ellison […]

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Take the Monkeys and Run (A Barbara Marr Murder Mystery Book 1)

Take the Monkeys and Run (A Barbara Marr Murder Mystery Book 1)

| October 19, 2014

“This fun if light novel’s quippy, hilarious narrator, Barbara Marr, has so much warmth and genuine gumption, you’d certainly want her on your criminal investigative team.” – Publishers Weekly Semi-Finalist, 2009 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award Contest“Barbara Marr is…perhaps the most hilarious amateur sleuth in literature….Cantwell handles her characters with flair and pizazz…blending page-turning action with […]

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Deadly Fun

Deadly Fun

| September 18, 2014

DEADLY FUN Exotic luxury cruises to the Bahamas are supposed to be fun and exciting. This trip is just a routine investigative job for a woman who works in disguise and undercover, using her beauty to entice men to reveal their secrets. The exciting and sometime harrowing is expected, but this job will be like […]

Burnout (Pecan Bayou Series Book 5)

Burnout (Pecan Bayou Series Book 5)

| August 26, 2014

It’s November in Pecan Bayou, Texas and while the town is getting ready for the Thanksgiving holiday a deadly fire breaks out at the newspaper office. When Rocky, the editor is nowhere to be found, Betsy refuses to believe he has perished in the fire. The entire town is coming down with the stomach flu […]

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Paper Phoenix: A Mystery of San Francisco in the ’70s (A Classic Cozy–with Romance!)

Paper Phoenix: A Mystery of San Francisco in the ’70s (A Classic Cozy–with Romance!)

| August 24, 2014

“Wickedly delicious… What makes (Thompson’s) book so particularly wonderful is the way it accomplishes the detective novel’s covert mission of urban analysis and social criticism.” -San Francisco Examiner “(Thompson) knows how to create that sense of place which is so important to any novel, but particularly to crime fiction; her characters are believable men and […]

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