Imogene Museum Mystery #6
After weeks under a Red Flag Warning and several flare-ups, the residents of Sockeye County, Washington are on edge. When a fire threatens the Imogene Museum, curator Meredith Morehouse realizes the frequency and increasing size of the conflagrations aren’t as random as lightning strikes.
Are the fires targeted? Are they vindictive revenge or a risky cover-up for something even worse? Meredith already has her hands full with a brand new endowment for shoring up the Imogene’s crumbling foundation plus the imminent arrival of the most valuable collection Rupert Hagg, the museum director, has scored to date. And Meredith’s hunky beau, Pete Sills, wants another kind of date — a non-negotiable wedding date.
Can Meredith and Pete and cast-encumbered Sheriff Marge Stettler nail down the arsonist before their tinder-dry community goes up in flames?
Jerusha’s Note: I expect Shift Burn will be published in the spring of 2014. If you’d like to be notified when the book is available, please sign up for my email newsletter.
Grab & Go
Mayfield Mystery #2
When Nora Ingram-Sheldon learns her criminal fugitive husband had (has?) his crooked fingers in even more Mayfield County businesses, and that his involvement puts her new friends and neighbors at risk, what can she do but go on the hunt — for answers, for culprits, and for cracks she can widen in his many-tentacled money laundering enterprise?
But an omnipresent FBI security detail puts a damper on her movements, plus she’s supposed to be a good example for the band of misfit boys in foster care at Mayfield’s poor farm.
Maybe undercover is the way to go. Can she sneak away from her faithful executive assistant, Clarice, and Walt Neftali, the boys’ guardian?
The tricky part is finding and putting her husband’s gangster clients out of commission before they do the same to her.
Jerusha’s Note: If I type really fast, Grab & Go should be published later in 2014. If you’d like to be notified when the book is available, please sign up for my email newsletter.