Elaine Viets has written 32 mysteries in four series: the bestselling Dead-End Job series with South Florida PI Helen Hawthorne, the cozy Josie Marcus Mystery Shopper mysteries, and the dark Francesca Vierling mysteries. With the Angela Richman Death Investigator series, Elaine returns to her hardboiled roots and uses her experience as a stroke survivor and her studies at the Medicolegal Death Investigators Training Course. Elaine was a director at large for the Mystery Writers of America. She's a frequent contributor to Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine and anthologies edited by Charlaine Harris and Lawrence Block. Elaine won the Anthony, Agatha and Lefty Awards.
The Missing Laughing Leprechaun (a Mini Martin Mystery) by Gemma Halliday & Jackson Stein
Fishing Badge Murder (a Merry Wrath Mystery) by Leslie Langtry
A Drizzle Before Dying (a Cookies & Chance Mystery) by Catherine Bruns
Not-So-Bright Hopes (a Danger Cove Quilting Mystery) by Gin Jones & Elizabeth Ashby
Mystic Wedding Bell Blues (a Mystic Isle Mystery) by Sally J. Smith & Jean Steffens
Prugnolino Purple (a Franki Amato Mystery) by Traci Andrighetti
Spring Ahead (an Assignment: Romance romantic comedy) by Barbara Valentin
Rhinestone Ransom (a Gemstone Mystery) by Jennifer Fischetto
Strawberry Swirl & Suspicion (a Cambria Clyne Mystery) by Erin Huss
That Dog Won't Hunt (A Birdwell, Texas Mystery) by Aimee Gilchrist
Second Chances (a romantic comedy) by Jayne Denker
Making a Date with Magic (a Petra Paranormal Mystery) by Margaret C. Morse
Daisies, Dandelions, and Death...Oh My! (a Storybook Park Mystery) by Carol E. Ayer
Sailing into Love (a Love in the City romantic comedy) by Melissa Baldwin
But summer is almost over, which could mean huge changes for Fortune Redding. Her undercover time in Sinful has always been limited to three months, and that time is almost up. With Ahmad still on the loose, Fortune is forced to remain in hiding, but soon she’ll have to move to another town and start all over with a new identity. And that’s the last thing she wants to do. Determined to get her life back, Fortune decides to draw Ahmad out and end this once and for all.
Can Fortune take down one of the most dangerous men in the world? And if she can, does she have a future in Sinful?