Country Inn, Dead & Breakfast, the novel
Business is dying when a guest drops dead at Katrina's newly acquired Tudor Grove Inn. Between dealing with an ornery, future dad-in-law, chasing ghouls & matching wits with a relentless, sexy reporter who wishes to destroy the inn for her own purposes, Katrina tries to help solve the mystery & also liberate her beau's hopelessly dominated mother.
With the inn's future at stake, Katrina tries to assist the no-nonsense Lt. Klonski in his investigation unaware that she is one of his prime suspects.
A fun whodunit. Great reading for a cozy autumn night. Enjoy!
My Name is Carl Hunt and I am the author of The Dominion Corp: The Sealing of the Covenant.
Below is a brief synopsis.
Laura Webster was a humble woman with a very successful career as an insurance adjuster, but things were about to take a turn for the worse. She had just finished a flood training class in Nashville, Tennessee and thought she was on her way to furthering her career, but Leanne had other plans for her.
Mayor Thompson was a career politician and had enjoyed all the privilege and power that came with running the city of Nashville. He was at the top of his game and had the city moving nicely into the future, but with a heinous murder going unsolved, it could put a dent in his dreams of the presidency. The polls still showed that the people loved what he was doing for the city, but unbeknownst to them, he was harboring a deadly secret.
When Billy Richardson heard the news of the murders in Nashville and Kansas City, he knew that something was wrong, but the only person he could trust was the only person who shared his knowledge, Michael Wadsworth. He and Michael had seen this same thing before in Panama, but Billy had hoped that she would never come calling for them again.
Billy and Michael knew they had to act fast, before the unthinkable transpired, in a world where nothing is quite what it seems.
If you would like to read more, visit:
http://www.bn.com (Type "The Dominion Corp" in the search box)
My name is Jeffrey Allen and I am the publisher of "The Killing of Jeremy Taylor."
Here is a brief synopsis:
Jeremy Taylor, who was a rising movie star recently was not only voted the sexist man in America, but was offered the biggest movie deal of his career. After learning the news, he was flying up to San Francisco to see his girlfriend when he crashed into the San Francisco Bay.
Inspector Gravitt of the Special Investigations Division of the S.F.P.D was assigned to investigate this high profile accident. However, Gravitt quickly learns this was no accident, the actor, Jeremy Taylor was poisoned. Gravitt and his staff discover many people had both motive and opportunity to kill Jeremy Taylor.
As the major investigation continues, Gravitt comes under investigation by Internal Affairs for another crime he becomes involved in and he must deal with an important senator who is the father of Taylorís girlfriend and a very aggressive reporter.
For more info go to my web site: http://www.jeffreyallen.org/published.htm
I suggest Gosho Aoyama.
Yes, he's a Japanese, he's the creator of a popular Japanese detective comic, that's : Meitantei Conan(or Great Detective Conan).
Even some RPGs have reference to Conan
It's a very good comic, the cases are difficult. If you want to know more, check out some sample of it's comic scan at :
hey! eon strife! try reading somethingworth reding!!!! Read alfred hitchcock! If you read skimpy little comic books alfred hitchcock will scare the living hell out of you!!!!!!!!!!
Hi steve andrew! this is caleb everets and i think that your book would be a sensation pluse if what you say is true, i think that you are right! i is truly the best authour in years!!!
caleb, back off... if you've not read comics lately, not all are kids stuff. especially manga!. in the 80s there was a very good mystery comic called Ms. Tree. also in the 80s there was a wonderful adaptation of the Holmes stories. in fact, Harlan Ellison has been known to write comic books, and he's about as far away from juvie fic as one can get. Eon Strife, i'll look for it. the japanese have such a different style of storytelling than the west, i wanna see what they do with mysteries (altho, is Rashomon considered a mystery?)