Tag: female sleuth

The curse of Senmut

The curse of Senmut

| October 4, 2017

“…superbly crafted and entertaining mystery adventures…” –Midwest Book Review “Nice thrills and chills. The authors have obviously done their archeological homework, and in between all the mysterious goings-on, we learn fascinating details of Hatshepsut’s stormy reign. The Egyptology is all there, and it’s enjoyable.” –Mystery Scene Magazine Outside a small village near the Valley of […]

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Dig Deeper: A Hallie James Mystery

Dig Deeper: A Hallie James Mystery

| August 12, 2017

Hallie James is a seasoned private investigator with a prestigious Pennsylvania firm. Living her dream life, she has a great career, a large bank account, a beautiful home, and a new husband who wants to start a family. Unexpectedly, her husband takes off with everything, and Hallie’s world is torn away from her. Until she […]

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Down Colder: A Hallie James Mystery, Book 3

Down Colder: A Hallie James Mystery, Book 3

| July 6, 2017

DON’T MISS THIS ENTERTAINING AND THRILLING MYSTERY!!! IN BOOK THREE OF THE HALLIE JAMES MYSTERIES, Hallie and Ben are hunting a ruthless kidnapper/murderer. A five year old girl is missing, and her babysitter is in a coma from a blow to the head. The Herville Police ask Hallie for help to find the little girl. […]

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Vicarious

Vicarious

| June 27, 2017

Part of the Crime After Time Collection An unnerving suspense tale that ensnares a missing girl, a mad artist, and an unreliable witness, culminating in a double-whammy of a surprise! After witnessing the possible kidnapping of a neighborhood girl, quiet transcriptionist Willa Neville reports the crime. Unfortunately, she sports a reputation as a nosy tale-teller […]

Axeman’s Jazz (Skip Langdon Mystery Series #2)

Axeman’s Jazz (Skip Langdon Mystery Series #2)

| April 28, 2013 | 0 Comments

The SECOND book in the Edgar Award-winning Skip Langdon mystery series “A multilayered masterpiece ” -Andrew Vachss“Gritty, witty, & mesmerizing! Langdon is a splendid female heroine.” –People MagazineWHAT’S THE PERFECT KILLING FIELD FOR A MURDERER?A place where he (or maybe she) can learn your secrets from your own mouth and then make friends over coffee. […]

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