Bijoux Mystery Series Book 5: Coming 11.16.21
Skeletons with secrets, prohibition pirates, and holiday hijinks
Morgan Hart is hoping for a boring Christmas. After eight months of murderous mayhem in her hometown of Bijoux, Michigan, she just wants to snuggle under a warm blanket in front of a cozy fire, with a good book, a hot chocolate (extra marshmallows of course), and Griselda purring beside her. She might even work up the nerve to ask Caleb Joseph over for dinner. Cal, the attractive owner of the Raven’s Nest bookstore, has become a good friend since Morgan moved back home to take on the job of police captain.
A bestselling mystery author, Cal recently purchased the old Lawrence Mansion on the edge of town and plans to throw a big Christmas Eve bash. But Morgan’s holiday plans—romantic and otherwise—go up in smoke when dark and shadowy secrets are revealed during the clean-up of the 19th century-built home. Can Morgan and Cal uncover the ghostly truth or are they destined for a disastrous deck-the-halls?
Bijoux Mystery Series
Going Home is Murder
Morgan Hart is home. A former homicide detective in Detroit, Morgan is back in her old hometown of Bijoux, Michigan to take over the reins of police captain from her dad, Able.
The quirky lakeside town has undergone quite a transformation since she last lived there —with kitschy new shops popping up along Main Street, a cupcake bakery Morgan is pretty sure will become her second home, and a growing tourist trade.
Morgan hopes to ease into her new job, new cottage, and new life – after all, Bijoux hasn’t had a murder in almost a hundred years. What could possibly go wrong?
From the elegance of Victorian London to the richness of Ancient Pompeii to the ethereal wonder of the parallel land of Paran to the sweeping enchanted majesty of ninth century Great Britain.
This trilogy contains three stand-alone, sweeping romances blending history, fantasy, and time travel—connected by the prophetic dreams and visions of each heroine and the wise woman named Hekate, who guides them on their journeys.