Hazel Cartbell is back in her third mystery in the Who Murdered? Series. It's the Christmas season in Andover, New Hampshire. Hazel and Chief Rasmussen must investigate the murder of Santa's helper. The elf has been killed, the Christmas presents stolen and Sister Marie Catherine is breathing down their necks. Will Hazel and the chief solve the mystery and save Christmas?
From USA Today bestselling authors Sally J. Smith and Jean Steffens comes a boxed set of the first three tantalizingly fun mysteries from the Bayou in the Mystic Isle series, including: Mystic Mayhem – book #1, Mystic Mistletoe Murder – book #2, Mystic Mischief – book #3
When a girl goes missing, Almon Campbell stumbles upon a secret that doesn't provide answers. It creates more questions. And for the first time, he will travel to the spirit world. He will witness a beautiful spectacle that could leave him damned in Hell forever. His friendships will be tested. He will wonder if maybe he was never meant to have friends. If maybe he was meant to be alone.
Almon Campbell receives a secret envelope. He believes it will lead him to a secret society. Unfortunately, he doesn't find the society. He finds a dark force lurking between worlds. And for the first time, he will travel to the spirit world. He will witness a beautiful spectacle that could leave him damned in Hell forever.
Almon Campbell receives a mysterious invitation only to be locked in a room with two of his peers. He can't help but sense a hidden force behind his troubles. A secret society on campus, an even more secret gathering of students, and his fox demon is missing... Can Almon put the pieces of the puzzle together?
Finnegan can't seem to help herself from getting embroiled in trouble. It just seems to follow her around. On a simple visit to a bakery to get her jerk cop a danish, she lands herself in the middle of dognapping and death.
It's up to Detective Jane McLeary to find Fin as she flees through a blizzard in the middle of New York city with a huge Great Dane before her relentless pursuer catches her.