Sunday, July 13, 2014

Mysteries + Horses = .............

A good read, of course!

I can't credit my horse with teaching me about writing, but I can credit all the horses I've know with inspiration. 

Saving the Queen of Diamonds not only has the usual amount of mystery, humor and gratuitous riding, but a new equine character. Nancy Sue is a miniature horse with a not-so-miniature knack for getting into trouble. Just how much trouble? Ask anyone -- from Aunt Vi to Juliet ... and Paul will give you his opinion if you even appear as though you might ask. 

If you're looking for some fun reading, follow the link -- Thea, Blackie and I will appreciate it!


Saving the Queen of Diamonds
The sixth Thea Campbell Mystery

Family: Can’t live with them … but, an uneasy alliance might be an option when murder is involved.

Thea and Paul have been married two months and have yet to tell his family. Now his parents have hit town with a vengeance and an agenda; give Paul’s beautiful ex-wife the opportunity to win him back and be a father to the sullen teenage boy she claims is his son.

Thea panics and Paul is staggered. However, in less time than it takes the single-minded seductress to shed a tear she is arrested for murder.

At her son’s insistence, Paul attempts to discover what happened. But all his inquiries are stonewalled. What little information has surfaced causes Paul to suspect a set-up. With or without Thea, he intends to investigate. Grudgingly, she agrees to help – with the caveat that every last one of them go back where they came from. So little to ask, and yet ….

As Thea and Paul dig into the case, they find themselves pitted not only against a devious criminal and law enforcement who do not want their help, but dirty-dealing family members who have fabricated lies and deceptions of their own.



You can get the e-book at Amazon or Smashwords. Other ebook retailers will have it soon. The print version will be available by August 1, 2014. 

Check Amazon for special deals on the previous Thea Campbell Mysteries

1 comment:

  1. What's a nice book! It's really interesting, but I prefer the Reithelm.

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