The Chloe Boston Mysteries Volume 4 is a 100k word collection of books 11 - 13 in the bestselling series. It includes the works "Beast of a Feast", "Snow Angel", "High Society", and "Lucky Thirteen". More
The Chloe Boston Mysteries Volume 4 is a 100k word collection of books 11 - 13 in the bestselling series. It includes the works "Beast of a Feast", "Snow Angel", "High Society", and "Lucky Thirteen".
In "Beast of a Feast", it's autumn in Hope Falls, the time of year that thoughts turn to family, friends, and large meals. Instead of hosting a large Thanksgiving meal at her place, Chloe opts to have a cozy dinner out with her husband, Alex. But her plans are changed for her and soon grow out of control. Meanwhile, Chloe is on the lookout for a lost boy in this delightful holiday romp.
In "Snow Angel", Alex and Chloe are headed out of town, ready to spend a peaceful Christmas at a ski resort in Bethlehem, Colorado. Once there, Chloe finds that all is far from peaceful and bright in the newly restored hotel with a dark history. Someone wants to keep the hotel from officially opening on New Years Eve and is willing to sabotage the resort, even if it puts lives in danger. Can Chloe find the culprit before sabotage escalates to murder?
In "High Society", Alex takes Chloe to an exclusive party at one of Seattle's finest hotels only to get trapped in the elevator with a murderer. Can Chloe unmask the villian before she and her companions plummet to their deaths?
In "Lucky Thirteen", Chloe Boston is on vacation with her husband Alex in Florida. While Alex does security work for a local hotel, Chloe pursues her new favorite pastime at the horse racing tracks. Meeting a wealthy horse owner, Chloe is drawn deeper into the world of world class racehorse breading and training. But soon a doping incident followed by a murder ruin her fun and put Chloe back on the case. Meanwhile, Alex needs help with a computer hacking crime of his own.
"Lucky Thirteen" is half mystery and half thriller set against the backdrop of Florida's horse racing industry.
For readers looking for cozy mystery with a little excitement, these mysteries should fit the bill.