Name: Jay Mims
Favorite Color: Blue
Favorite Book: Night Watch by Terry Pratchett
Favorite Movies: Princess Bride, The Back to the Future trilogy
Favorite TV Shows: Doctor Who, Magnum, P.I., How I Met Your Mother
Favorite Songs: Colder Weather (Zac Brown Band), Fireflies (Owl City), Coat of Many Colors (Dolly Parton)
Favorite Quote: "When I was young, my ambition was to be one of the people who made a difference in this world. My hope is to leave the world a little better for having been there. "
-- Jim Henson
Jay lives about two miles past nowhere, after you turn off the paved road. When he’s not catching up on episodes of Scarecrow and Mrs. King he writes, mainly to stave off boredom.
In addition to somewhat eclectic tastes in television and movies, Jay reads voraciously. He enjoys compelling stories with strong characters, and will gladly read anything from comic books to Steam Punk, Harlequin romance to Kenneth C. Davis’ fantastic history books.
Jay enjoys long walks through the countryside, laughing with friends, and learning to draw something better than stick figures. His dearest ambition is to personally thank Janet Evanovich for proving that fast talking characters can be charming and goofy simultaneously.
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The Gray Ghost Inn
Private Investigator Dan Landis just wants to have a nice relaxing vacation with his best friend, Leroy Brown. They've got two rooms booked at the luxurious Gray Ghost Inn in beautiful Warrenton, Virginia. Everything was all set except now Abbey, Dan's new partner, has decided she wants to go too.
And wherever Dan and Abbey go, trouble isn't too far behind.
The Cult of Koo Kway
Dan, Abbey, and Doc are all back and so is trouble in this second novel by cozy mystery author, Jay Mims.
Dan’s sister Jules, high profile criminal defense attorney, has asked for his help with a very dangerous client. Just as soon as Dan takes the case, Doc shows up poisoned on Dan’s doorstep and the only clue is a reference to an old movie, The Cult of Koo Kway.
The Five Santas
Dan Landis, private investigator, agreed to help out a local department store by taking a job in their Loss Prevention department.
Boring right? Wrong.
A local jewelry store gets robbed and then the bodies start piling up. Red suited, fur trimmed, white bearded bodies. If he doesn't figure out who is cutting down the men in red soon he will be spending the holidays behind bars.
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