Credo's Fire

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Alexandra Wolfe has been trying to stay out of trouble. Honest! But wait, She's in Trouble with her Sergeant, She's in Trouble with her Department, and she's in Trouble with the mafia. It's no wonder she's losing sleep at night. But nothing stops her and her friends from solving crimes and having loads of fun in the third chapter of the Alex Wolfe Mysteries. More

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About Alison Naomi Holt

“If you don’t like to read, you haven’t found the right book.” – J. K. Rowling

Alison, who grew up listening to her parents reading her the most wonderful books full of adventure, heroes, and puppy dogs, promotes reading wherever she goes and believes literacy is the key to changing the world for the better.

In her writing, she follows Heinlein’s Rules, the first rule being You Must Write. To that end, she writes in several genres simply because she enjoys the great variety of characters and settings her over-active fantasy life creates.

She loves when a character looks over his shoulder, crooks a finger for her to follow and heads off on an adventure. From medieval castles to a horse farm in Virginia to the police beat in Tucson, Arizona, her characters live exciting lives and she’s happy enough to follow them around and report on what she sees.

She has published seven fiction novels and one screenplay. Her first novel, The Door at the Top of the Stairs, is a psychological suspense, which she’s also adapted as a screenplay. The Screenplay advanced to the Second Round of the Austin Film Festival Screenplay & Teleplay Competition, making it to the top 15% of the 6,764 entries. The screenplay also made the quarter finalist list in the Cynosure Screenwriting awards.

Alison has also written three books in the Alex Wolfe Mystery Series, Credo's Hope (which reached #6 in Amazon's ranking for murder mysteries), Credo's Legacy and Credo’s Fire.

She has published three novels in the fantasy fiction genre, The Spirit Child and Duchess Rampant, which are books one and two in the Seven Realms of Ar’rothi series, and The Mage of Merigor.

Alison's previous life as a cop gave her a bizarre sense of humor, a realistic look at life, and an insatiable desire to live life to the fullest. She loves all horses & hounds and some humans…

To find out more, go to her website at

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Review by: alexarabelo on June 18, 2015 :
I really enjoyed reading Credo's fire. It captivates me how the story was written. I have read a lot of mystery books but this one is let's just say "a story with a twist" Can't wait for more Alison Holt books! :)
(reviewed 4 months after purchase)
Review by: Larry Kriv on March 6, 2015 :
A suspicious fire at a racing stable, a body buried inside. Coincidence or is there a connection? These are the first mysteries that Tucson police detective Alex Wolfe and her fellow officers must untangle and their day is just beginning. This is the third novel in the Alex Wolfe mystery series by author Alison Naomi Holt. Alex Wolfe is a seasoned detective, at once intelligent, brash, instinctual, quick-tempered, and very loyal. Alex has matured as a person and a detective over the course of this series. Where once she was a loose cannon, allowing her temper to get in the way of her better judgment, now that temper is controlled and channeled. And that control will be vital if she is to survive. Survive what, you ask? That would be telling!

Alison Naomi Holt brings a wealth of experience as a former office of the Tucson Police Department. That experience is welcome and telling in her descriptions of the department, their procedures, and the day-to-day lives of the women and men of the department, as well as those of the people they encounter. The mysteries are complex and the action is taut. I highly recommend this novel!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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