The Lizzie Crenshaw Mysteries
Death Yells CUT!
Lizzie Crenshaw is trying to get used to her new life as mother to baby Cassie, with the help of her family and friends. She’s losing sleep trying to balance work and Cassie, but she’s hanging in there. So right now, she doesn’t have time to solve another murder.
A rumor about a film crew coming to town to make a movie in Brookdale has everyone excited, but not everyone is thrilled. Gladys Norwell and Gabriel Skinner, the film’s director, are seen arguing at the Eat It or Starve Cafe, where Gladys threatens him. The next morning, Gabriel turns up dead and Gladys is the prime suspect. After being corralled into helping her by Jake Mathias, Lizzie starts to dig into the director’s past. But what she discovers seems to make things worse for Gladys, not better. Did Gladys finally go too far?
Death Wishes Upon a Star
Lizzie Crenshaw’s life has been complicated since the death of her friend and her encounter with Ethan Winthrop. Just as things are beginning to settle down, a nemesis from Gladys’ past and an unexpected discovery in a manger turn Lizzie’s life upside down again. Will a tragedy mar the holidays, or will a Christmas miracle bring a chance of new beginnings for the whole town?
Death Vetoes the Chairman
Lizzie Crenshaw is used to being in the middle of murder in Brookdale. After attending a fundraiser with her friend, Jake Mathias, she embarks on the biggest emotional and physical journey of her life, leaving some of the residents of Brookdale reeling from the effects. And before it is all over, it could cost them someone they love…
Death Takes the Blue Ribbon
When a beloved member of Brookdale face plants into a pie during the county fair, it’s up to Lizzie Crenshaw and her friends to figure out who the real murderer is before his widow (and Lizzie’s archenemy) spends the rest of her life in prison.
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Death Catches a Killer
The hunt is on for a killer…but who is the hunted, and who is the prey?
Someone is trying to kill Lizzie’s half-aunt Debra Cosgrove, who is a hired killer. She reaches out to her niece for help, but Lizzie is getting pressure from her ex-boyfriend, FBI agent T.J. Roosevelt. When another hired killer threatens Lizzie, he sets into motion a series of events that could get her killed. Should she stand by family (no matter how crazy they are), or should she help the FBI catch one of their most wanted?
Death Goes to the Dogs
As the town of Brookdale gets ready for a benefit to raise money for the local shelter, someone kills the owner of the shelter. But was she the intended target or was it one of her co-workers? Lizzie Crenshaw somehow ends up in the middle of the investigation, and is nearly killed herself when the killer strikes again. With the help of Babe, her bloodhound, and Mittens, the victim’s Maltese, Lizzie goes after the killer…but learns there may be more than one. Can she and the dogs catch them before it is too late?
Death Stalks the Law
Debra Cosgrove, has come back to town, and Lizzie’s life begins to fall apart. It seems people who are close to Lizzie are keeping secrets, and Aunt Debra knows what those secrets are. Adding to the confusion is an old college boyfriend of Lizzie’s who seems to have ulterior motives. When an explosion seriously injures an FBI agent as well as Lizzie, all bets are off. Secrets are exposed, and Lizzie has to try to pick up the pieces while trying to keep Aunt Debra from killing someone she loves.
Death Makes the Front Page
Lizzie Crenshaw, who is now working at the local newspaper, sees someone assaulting her boss, Dale Gordon. Hours later, Dale’s assailant ends up dead. As Lizzie helps Sheriff Owen Greene investigate, details about Dale’s past come back to haunt him when they learn he has a past connection to the dead man. Did Dale exact a dish of cold revenge, or is someone setting him up to take the fall? It’s up to Lizzie and her friends to discover the truth, before she ends up a blurb on the obit page in the newspaper.
Death of a Cantankerous Old Coot
Someone has killed Amos Gardner, one of the leading citizens of Brookdale. The sheriff wonders if it has something to do with the lawsuit Amos filed against his own granddaughter, Lizzie Crenshaw. When someone tries to kill Amos’ wife, she points the finger at Lizzie, who must work with the new deputy to figure out what is going on before she is either thrown in jail…or becomes a victim herself.
The Ghost Writer Mysteries
Who Invited the Ghost to Dinner?
Cam Shaw is hoping that her life will be ghost-free from now on. But that hope dies with the appearance of Mac “the Faker” Green, a wise-cracking ghost from Vegas who has followed her grandmother home. And during the opening night of Blithe Spirit, someone has sent Susan Ingram to her ghostly afterlife. What does her death have to do with the death of her mother-in-law fifty years ago? Who is trying to wipe out the Ingram family one person at a time? And when will that Vegas ghost stop sticking his nose into Cam’s business?
Who Killed the Ghost in the Library?
Cam Shaw is an out-of-work ghost writer who places an ad in the newspaper looking for a new client. When she gets a reply and meets the client, she gets more than she bargained for. She’s thrown into a 60-year-old mystery, but somebody doesn’t want the truth to come out, and they are willing to go to any lengths to keep that from happening…even if it means killing Cam.
The Charlie Bannerman Mystery Series
Good Night Sleep Tight Don’t Let the Stalkers Bite
Charlie Bannerman’s week started by catching her Malamute, Duke, who had treed a neighbor’s cat. Then her car wouldn’t start. Everything seems to go downhill from there. She has to deal with a crazy ex-boyfriend, who still has the hots for her, his current girlfriend who is a bit unhinged, and a neighbor who is at war with the neighborhood teenagers. Then things get deadly: her car is blown up (with a body in it) and someone drives a truck into her house. With the body count rising, Charlie must figure out who is stalking her before they permanently turn the lights out.