Mystery at the Fair

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Between managing the annual Greyson fair and pursuing the shadowy trail of destruction left by a murderer, Jean Hays has her hands full dealing with drunken brawls and nasty falls, suspicious ex-wives and keen-sharp knives. And that’s not to mention the stubborn Police Chief himself. Will Jean find the truth before the killer decides enough is enough? More
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About Connie Cockrell

A 20-year Air Force career, time as a manager at a computer operations company, wife, mother, sister and volunteer, provides a rich background for Connie Cockrell’s story-telling.
Cockrell grew up in upstate NY, just outside of Gloversville, NY before she joined the military at age 18. Having lived in Europe, Great Britain, and several places around the United States, she now lives in Payson, AZ with her husband: hiking, gardening, and playing bunko. She writes about whatever comes into her head so her books could be in any genre. She's published fourteen books so far, has been included in five different anthologies and been published on Connie's always on the lookout for a good story idea. Beware, you may be the next one.
She can be found at or on Facebook at: or on Twitter at: @ConnieCockrell

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About the Series: Jean Hays
Jean Hays has moved to beautiful Greyson, Arizona looking for peace and quiet after a career in the Air Force and an unexpected divorce, but the bodies just seem to find her. As she makes a new life for herself, she uses her new friends and an inquisitive nature to track down the killers. However, Greyson Chief of Police, Nick White, thinks she's brash, impulsive and a danger to herself and others. He repeatedly tells her to leave the police work to the professionals which put them repeatedly at odds. Can they get along well enough to solve the murders?

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Reviews of Mystery at the Fair by Connie Cockrell

Hannes Birnbacher reviewed on Nov. 16, 2020

Exciting whodunit story. Background is a rural fair, outlined in loving detail and well worth to read.
Quality: Table of contents is "Book 1", "Chapter 1" etc. through "Chapter Forty-Nine". No errors or typos. The end is fair - no cliffhanger even though it is the first of a series.
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JaneofArch reviewed on July 6, 2017

Thrills and chills at the county fair! Nicely-written small town mystery, combination thriller and and amateur detective. Transplanted Easterner is forced to step in and run an Arizona county fair, and soon discovers a desiccated corpse. Potential villains abound, and what will she do for show ribbons?.
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