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Maggie’s Revenge

A Silver Fox Crossing Mystery

      Chief Mike Callas is worried. A developer has bought Jake Farmer’s farm and is about to tear down the buildings. There’s a body out there and Callas doesn’t want it found. 

     Forensics that are found at the murder scene of a local man leads Callas to the doorstep of the local priest.

     Deputy Sheriff Barry Williams pulls a fast one with Maggie Duncan and just may live to regret it.

     And, Maggie Duncan, the outspoken, horny, and demanding old girlfriend of Callas, continues to show up in the most unusual places.

     Maggie’s Revenge. Book Two of the Silver Fox Crossing series will leave you wanting more. After all, there’s always that final question that needs to be answered. Isn’t there?


A Silver Fox Crossing Mystery


Chief Michael Callas enjoys being the Chief of Police in Silver Fox Crossing. It’s a quiet little town (don’t blink as you drive through or you’ll miss it) and nothing much happens there. In fact, it’s so small that being a cop is his part-time job.


Yes, it’s a quiet life for the folks who live in Silver Fox Crossing - until Callas gets a phone call reporting a dead man in a ditch. When Callas arrives at the scene, the man who reported finding the body in the ditch is dead.


It’s time for Callas to earn his money.


A rocky romance leaves Kate Locke beaten, bruised, and seeking revenge. Thinking she is smarter than the law and that she can commit the perfect murder, she buys a gun. Surprisingly, when her ex-boyfriend, Mark, is found murdered, the gun Kate bought isn’t the murder weapon. A short time later, while drunk, she confesses to her roommate, Cassie, that she killed Mark.

 Detective Morris is sure Kate is the killer but has no evidence to arrest her. Weeks later, another body that was killed with the same gun, is found and Kate is hundreds of miles away. Did Kate lie to her roommate about killing Mark and is innocent? Or, is she constantly a step ahead of Detective

 Morris and has committed the perfect murder?

If you enjoy surprises, you’re going to love this book. I guarantee you’ve never read a murder mystery novel like this.

Review of Cassie's Cookies  6/25/22

Bravo, I finished it last night and thoroughly enjoyed reading about both and a very interesting way of how you crafted this. Also like the clever way you got the book title back into the story at the end. Your stories have always been interesting, but from the writing concept of a book, I would say this is the best so far. I will anxiously await the next story that you come up with.

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