Rod Hoisington lives in Florida where he devotes full-time to his compulsion to dig into the souls and lives of fictional characters. ONE DEADLY SISTER is the first novel in the popular Sandy Reid mystery series, followed by THE PRICE OF CANDY,SUCH WICKED FRIENDS, CHASING SUSPECT THREE, ALIVE AFTER FRIDAY and INTO THE HEAT.
The novels in the Sandy Reid Mystery Romance series are fast-paced mysteries with a span of troubled romance; written in a compelling soft-boiled style you'll find enjoyable if you're tired of the usual formula mysteries. Neither Chick Lit nor Cozy, "Soft-boiled" means it's gritty, on the edge, at times risqué, and you can count on some murders being in there--but you don't have to read about the gruesome details. It will get suspenseful along the way, but eventually the female protagonist will get all the puzzle pieces put together, will restore order and we'll all be safe once again. Sandy Reid, doesn't carry a gun, but nevertheless isn't intimated by bad guys. Bullets don't bounce off her, but threats, assaults and insults invariably produce a toxic response. Why should men have all the fun?
When Jill tries to help a young woman she’s never met, who is suffering workplace sexual abuse, she uncovers a relationship with the abusive boss more complicated and closer to home than expected. Surprisingly, the frantic victim refuses her help. Her good intentions put the distressed victim on the edge of greater torment, and the ruthless boss who is hiding criminal activity comes after Jill.
~ She had heard that anything goes on a cruise ship. ~
The "Morning After" can really be tough. Waking up naked next to someone you just met and having regrets isn't that unusual. But Cheryl really liked the guy and loved their exciting night together. It was why he wanted her dead that bothered her.
~ A fast-paced Mystery Romance short story from the author of the Sandy Reid Mystery Series.
Sandy Reid, the almost-too-clever lawyer, must stay one step ahead of a Miami Beach thug who assumes she’s willing to use everything she's got to get what she wants, a cheating husband who targets the wrong guy as his wife's lover and a Goth Girl wannabe. Just as Sandy’s struggling to choose between admirers, a former flame shows up and turns up the heat. Novel #6 in this Mystery Romance Series.
~ They kidnapped Sandy — Bad move, they should have chosen the Devil. ~ When a murder plot strikes too close to home, Sandy Reid is forced to come up with a world of money to save her lover. Another exciting Sandy Reid Mystery Romance
~ Clients don’t just hire her, they turn her loose.~ Sandy Reid, the assertive young criminal defense attorney, finally lands her first big murder case and becomes convinced her client is lying about shooting her husband. Is she rushing to save an innocent woman or helping a killer get away with murder? The fourth novel in this popular women sleuth mystery-romance series.
Sandy stumbles over a potential client—shot between the eyes. She believes the murdered woman is asking her to find the killer. How else to explain the mysterious spot of blood on her own hand? Then a friend kills himself. Or was it a second murder cleverly disguised as suicide? Now with two people dead, She can’t resist getting drawn into a dangerous plot. A Women Sleuths Mystery Romance
When Sandy Reid learns the police have closed the case of an abused body found on the beach for lack of evidence, she feels compelled to discover the identity of the woman, expose what actually happened on the secluded beach that night and find the perpetrator. She is embarrassed to discover that, along the way, she has fallen victim to a sensuous passion of her own. In this women sleuths mystery
In the first of this women sleuths mystery series, an almost-too-clever young law student reluctantly attempts to rescue her estranged brother caught up in woman-trouble and a murder charge in a hostile Florida town. He isn't looking for trouble, but doesn't have a clue about women and gets seduced and framed, leaving the sister in an ever-increasing entanglement of deceit, double-cross and danger