When murder comes to the sleepy hamlet of Mystic Notch, recently relocated crime journalist Wilhelmina Chance and her grandma’s crime-solving cat jump into the case with two feet and four paws.
Estela is an amateur sleuth and psychologist by trade. At times self-deprecating, yet charming with a wry sense of humor, Estela really drives the story forward.
An epic convoy of bad men, good guys, tough women, and international operatives who zigzag across the Oregon wilderness chasing a truck-load of marijuana briquettes, a million bucks in cash, and one lovable border collie are in this fast-paced satire mystery.
A well-crafted mystery to inform as well as intrigue and captivate, opening an engaging realm of fictional exploration and speculation of the special bond that can happen between gorillas and humans. A page-turner!
The Mystery & Mayhem Awards writing competition recognizes emerging new talent and outstanding works in the genre of Cozy Mysteries and Not-So-Cozy Mysteries. The Mystery & Mayhem Awards is a division of the Chanticleer Awards International Writing Competitions.
An HOA rules-gone-crazy community with its neighborhood of quirky characters and their diverse Californian lifestyles makes this cozy mystery a laugh-out-loud read.
Can a Gorilla Identify the Criminal? Read the 1st in the NEEMA Mystery Series by Pamela Beason for 99cents – Left Coast Crime Special
Neema is a "signing gorilla" that is part of an animal communication research project (think KoKo). She is the only witness to a crime. Lives are at stake and the clock is ticking.
The writing is fresh, the story is relevant on several levels, and the suspense keeps the pages turning. "Murder Strikes a Pose" by Tracy Weber is a hands down winner!” We look forward to reading more about of Kate's clever sleuthing adventures.