Christine Husom is a national best-selling author from Minnesota. She pens the suspenseful police procedural Winnebago County Mysteries, and the cozy, but not too cozy, Snow Globe Shop Mysteries where bad guys demonstrate not everyone is “Minnesota Nice.” She has stories in six anthologies and co-edited one. Her latest titles are Death To The Dealers and Cold Way To Go. Husom served with the Wright County Sheriff where she gained valuable firsthand knowledge for her stories. She is a member of Mystery Writers of America and Sisters in Crime, active with the Twin Cities Chapter. She loves meetings readers at Speaking Engagements, Art and Craft Fairs, Book Events, Author Panels at libraries and other venues, and Book Clubs. www.christinehusom.com.
Curio Finds Manager Camryn Brooks gets appointed Brooks Landing Mayor and is given the assignment to talk to the police chief about his extensive absences. She's about to meet with Chief Newel when he drops dead before her eyes. A Buffalo County detective is called in to look into the death, but Cami feels compelled to conduct her own investigation, and finds herself face to face with a killer.
Bodies marked with religious symbols are recovered from Coyote Bodies sending Sergeant Corinne Aleckson and Detective Smoke Dawes on a quest. Who buried them in the bog? They pore through missing persons’ files, consult an FBI profiler, and are soon in pursuit of an angel of death. They'll stop at at nothing until they end the evil one's reign.
Barns are burning in Blackwood Township, and the Winnebago County Sheriff’s Office realizes they have a firesetter to flush out. The investigation ramps up when a body is found in one of the barns. Meanwhile, deputies are getting disturbing deliveries.It leaves Sergeant Corinne Aleckson and Detective Elton Dawes to wonder, what is the firesetter’s message and motive?
An old Dodge Charger on the bottom of a lake turns into a homicide investigation when human remains are found inside the car. Then Sheriff Twardy disappears that same day, leaving everyone to wonder where he went. Sergeant Corinne Aleckson and Detective Elton Dawes investigate both mysteries. Little do they know they’re being closely watched by the keeper of the Secret in Whitetail Lake.
Investigating a unidentified woman's death uncovers a human trafficking ring all to close to home in rural Winnebago County, and spurs Sergeant Corinne Aleckson and Detective Elton Dawes to track down the offenders and expose their evil deeds before anyone else gets caught in their trap.
When a man’s naked body is found staked out in a farmer’s soybean field, Sgt Corinne Aleckson and Detective Elton Dawes are called to the scene. The cause of death is not apparent, and the significance of why he was placed there is a mystery. The Winnebago Sheriff’s Department investigates and hits one dead end after the other. Then an old nemesis escapes from jail and plays in the shocking end.
A man phones the Winnebago County Sheriff's Department, frantically reporting his brother is armed with a large dagger and on his way to the county to sacrifice himself. Sergeant Corinne Aleckson takes the call, learning the alarming reasons behind the young man's death wish. The department investigates and plunge into the alleged criminal activities of a hidden cult, and disturbing cover-up.
When a family’s dog brings home the dismembered leg of a young woman, the Winnebago County Sheriff’s Department launches an investigation unlike any other. Who does the leg belong to, and where is the rest of her body? Sergeant Corinne Aleckson and Detective Elton Dawes discover they are up against an unidentified psychopath who targets women with specific physical features. Who is next?
An unlikely serial killer plagues a rural Minnesota county. The clever murderer leaves a growing chain of apparent suicides among criminal justice professionals. As her intuition helps her draw the cases together, Winnebago County Sergeant Corinne Aleckson enlists help from Detective Elton Dawes. What Aleckson doesn’t know is the killer is keeping a close watch on her. Will she be the next victim?