Every county has cases that have gone cold, but Carin County, Illinois is about to have two of their cold cases heated up. Evie Blackwell has a knack for solving real-life puzzles. When she turns her attention to two different missing persons cases she might just be able to solve the unsolvable.
While Gabriel Thane does a good job as Sheriff of Carin, he’s not sure about the hard questions that Evie directs toward the case. But he also realizes the benefit of having an unbiased investigator look at the evidence. Could the answer to these two cases have been right under his nose the whole time?
With new evidence coming in hopes rise that the answers to these mysteries will come to light, but can Evie and Gabriel find a way to solve the cases before they turn cold again?
A missing mother. A swimmer in danger. A deadly memory. The only thing these three have in common is a past that is coming back to haunt them.
Dee Henderson, Dani Pettrey, and Lynette Eason invite you to buckle up and enjoy the ride. You will never guess where these stories are going to take you. The only think I promise is that it will be an adventure.
Wade was handsome, popular, and in a lot more trouble than he realized. The stalker’s threats seem more ominous when Wade’s bodyguard is almost killed trying to protect him.
How do you protect those closest to you when you don’t know where the danger is coming from? How do you confront an unstable stalker without getting people killed? Can Wade’s bodyguard, Olivia, figure out the answers to these questions before they all die?
She wasn’t supposed to be working that day. Instead, Nikki Boyd was remembering her deceased best friend on the anniversary of her death. But once she discovers a girl is missing, everything else stops – except the memories.
Then she finds the picture.
After all these years, could her sister’s abductor be at work once more?
Small towns should not have to deal with murder. Especially murders occurring to strangers on the steps of the courthouse. But it’s even worse when someone the town loves and respects is found dead. Is anyone safe?
I love a good mystery. One that keeps me turning the pages because I want to figure out whodunit before the author reveals the answer.
Murder at the Courthouse is just that sort of book.
Abducted at age sixteen, Shannon finally escapes her captures eleven years later. Determined to see justice done, She’s planned everything out to the smallest detail, starting with who she would trust with the information she has to share. She’s going to bring the whole organization down, one brick at a time. But first she must learn the truth.
Will the truth set her free or be the end of everything she holds dear?
They thought had covered their tracks. No one should be able to identify the body. There was too much at stake to allow that to happen.
But truth has a way of coming out.
And when the body is uncovered decades later, they will stop at nothing to keep their secret buried.