Jill Pritchett’s first short story was published in Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine, and she is a member of the Mystery Writers of America. A professional watercolorist, Jill finds that the careers of writing and painting complement each other.
The New River Gorge in West Virginia draws adrenaline junkies from all over the world. But this year there is a killer among them.
Bonnie Franca, adventurer and whitewater guide, thinks her worst problem is her amorous admirer Dwight Dennison III. But an ominous disaster seizes her attention when a fellow guide and a customer are the victims of a fatal rafting accident.
But is it an accident?
Bonnie Franca, whitewater guide on the New River in West Virginia, is rocked to her core when she discovers a fellow guide drowned in the New River. Even though the police deem the drowning a suicide, Bonnie is suspicious, and puts herself in grave danger by attempting to solve the mystery. Here is an adventure as dangerous and exciting as blasting through the big waves on The New.
Sarah Seere, coal baron heiress and debuting psychic, has some monumental dilemmas to resolve: A missing child. A threatening foe. A budding practice as a psychic. The child, Katie Sackett, has been brutally murdered, her body dumped on the mountain. As Sarah rides her horse up Stony Mountain, Katie’s ghost makes an impassioned plea: Will Sarah find the man who killed her?