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News: King’s River Magazine had its reviewers name best books of 2016 and TWO of my titles came up! Take a look!
Library Journal also listed Written Off as one of the 5 Best Mysteries of 2016!
Written Off: The first book in the Mysterious Detective Series!
Rachel Goldman writes mysteries in which Duffy Madison, consultant to the county prosecutor’s office, helps find missing persons. Rachel is busy working on her next book, when a man calls out of the blue asking for help in a missing persons case. The caller’s name? Duffy Madison.
Is this real or has she lost her mind? She doesn’t have much time to find out because a serial killer is on the loose, kidnapping and murdering mystery authors. And Rachel may just be the next target.
The Question of the Felonious Friend: The third book in the Asperger’s Mystery Series!
It’s been one year, two weeks, and three days since Samuel Hoenig opened the doors of Questions Answered. But when Tyler Clayton, a young man who also has Asperger’s, asks if a store clerk is truly his friend, Samuel, for the first time, can’t bear to give an objective answer. It’s a dicey situation that only gets worse when one of the key players ends up dead. Resolving to do the right thing, Samuel, with help from his associate Ms. Washburn, wades into the murky waters of friendship, and the answer he finds may be a revelation to himself most of all.
Spouse on Haunted Hill: The eighth book in the Haunted Guesthouse Series!
Where Alison Kerby’s ex-husband goes, trouble follows. This time, unfortunately, he’s brought that trouble right to her doorstep. On the run from a business deal gone bad, Steven, aka “the Swine,” owes some scary people a staggering sum of money. No need to panic, though. He has a plan: sell Alison’s Jersey Shore guesthouse to pay them off.
Before Alison has a chance to read Steven the Riot Act, he disappears—after a mysterious man trailing him ends up full of bullet holes. Now the police are next to darken her doorway. For all his faults, Steven is still the father of Alison’s daughter, so with the help of ghosts Maxie and Paul, Alison sets out to find her ex and clear him of the murder. But if the bad guys get to him first, he may not have a ghost of a chance…
Edited Out: The second in the Mysterious Detective Mysteries
Rachel Goldman and Duffy Madison return as Rachel tries to avoid seeing the living manifestation of her fictional character, while Duffy wants her to drive a couple of hours away with him to prove a missing man from Poughkeepsie, New York isn’t the man who became Duffy Madison. Confused? So is everyone else, especially when it turns out two people who were thought missing were actually murdered…
Dog Dish of Doom: The first book in the Agent to the Paws Series!
Kay Powell is a theatrical agent whose clients are not human. No, they’re not Hollywood stars; they’re animals. So when she tries to get Bruno, a big fuzzy dog, a job in the latest Broadway revival of Annie, all looks good—until Bruno’s owner is stabbed in the back and falls face down into Bruno’s water dish.
Since Samuel Hoenig opened Questions Answered, there have been questions he has chosen not to research because they didn’t interest him. But this one is a question he simply doesn’t want to answer: His mother asks Samuel where his father, who left the family when Samuel was four, is living now. The ensuing investigation leads to a number of things Samuel prefers not to do: Traveling on an airplane, driving a car, confronting his family’s past and examining his feelings for Ms. Washburn, his trusted associate. So it’s going to be an interesting week.