Home Run — a short Mendenhall Mystery

“Home Run,” my latest short story in the Mendenhall Mystery universe, is now available everywhere ebooks are sold. It was originally published by Flame Tree Publishing in November 2016 in their Crime & Mystery Short Stories (Gothic Fantasy) anthology.

At ten years old—almost eleven—Cooper knows more about surviving than most adults. He and his mom have spent the past three years on the run from the monster. Every time they settle down somewhere new, the monster finds them and they have to run again. But Cooper likes their latest home in Mendenhall and he doesn’t want to leave. Even when the monster finds them again.

So this time, he’s going to stop the monster.

“Home Run” is short story set in the world of the Mendenhall Mystery series.

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Night Shift: A Mystery Collection

Night Shift collection-ebook coverMy first short story collection! Night Shift: A Mystery Collection features four of my mystery shorts, including two Mendenhall short mysteries, and one novelette, compiled for the first time. Of course, the stories are all still available separately. Here’s the list:

Night Shift: Driving back to Mendenhall late at night during a thunderstorm, Chief of Police Kate Williams stops to check out an accident only to find herself fighting for her life. A Mendenhall Short Mystery.

Lincoln City Blues: When a beautiful woman walks into the office of Anastasia Charles—aka Charlie—with a story about a violent husband and a kidnapped kid, Charlie’s private investigator instincts sit up and pay attention. With two grand on her desk, eight more when she finds the husband and the chance to be a hero and rescue a kid… how can Charlie say no?

The Priest: Chief of Police Kate Williams is a little irritated when Constable Trepalli calls her into a routine investigation of a break-in at the priest’s house. Then Trepalli shows her what they found on the priest’s bed. A Mendenhall Short Mystery.

Leduc: Leduc knows how not to get noticed, how to bide his time, how to hide what he does. He learned a long time ago, after his mother found the cats. Just a few more weeks, and he’ll have his military police badge. Then he’ll be able to do whatever he wants, whenever he wants… to whomever he wants.

There’s only one problem. Someone knows his secret.

Jules: A fall off a cliff, a nighttime attack… Is Jules imagining it, or did someone follow her to the Yukon from Colombia to finally finish her off?

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Nice while it lasted…

The Tuxedoed Man is no longer free. On some platforms, anyway, and soon on all of them. All is not lost, however. Falcon Ridge Publishing has decided to price it at $2.99 instead of the regular $5.99, in honour of the recent release of The Untethered Woman, the fourth in my Mendenhall Mystery series. So even if you can’t get Tuxedoed for free, you can still get it at a promotional price. Not a bad deal.

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