Monthly Archives: April 2016

It’s release day for Filmed to Death!

Filmed to Death is finally here! *huge sigh of relief* 😀

Here’s the link to the print book at Createspace: https://www.createspace.com/6217965

Here’s the link to the Kindle version: Filmed to Death

The book will be available through Smashwords and its outlets later in the year.

I hope you enjoy it!

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Jamie Brodie Mystery #12

 

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Filmed to Death now available for preorder!

Filmed to Death, Jamie Brodie Mystery #12, is now available for preorder on Kindle. Here’s the link: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B01EGYZP3C?ref_=pe_2427780_160035660

The publishing date is April 29. The print version of the book should be available then, too.

Rafe Conroy, has-been actor, is filming the first episode of the TV show intended to be his big comeback. But Rafe’s comeback is cut short when he’s found dead in his swimming pool. It was murder, all right, but there are nearly too many suspects to count. Was it the network owner, a wealthy heiress who was sleeping with Rafe? Was it the jealous girlfriend? Was it the cast member who hated Rafe? Was it the scriptwriter who saw his masterpiece edited into schlock? Was it Rafe’s drug dealer? Or was it the drug dealer’s ex-wife – Abby Glenn, Kevin Brodie’s ex-girlfriend – who just happened to discover the body?
Because of Abby’s involvement, Kevin can’t work the case. It’s up to Jon Eckhoff and Jamie Brodie to figure out who would benefit most from Rafe’s death – before the killer strikes again.

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Talked to Death now on Smashwords!

For you non-Kindle fans, Talked to Death is now available at Smashwords!  https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/621279

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Jamie Brodie Mystery #9

Librarians gone wild! It’s a typical state library association conference – presentations, networking, receptions, drinking, strangers appearing in Pete and Jamie’s room in the middle of the night… What’s atypical is murder. A lot of people hated library director Hugo Creighton, most of them librarians. Can Jamie help the police solve Creighton’s murder before the conference ends and the suspects go home?

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