Being an expert on the strange and weird, Lindsey gets called in by an old connection to consult on a new case. It’s no surprise that her assigned partner, Officer Ryan Vance, greets her with full skepticism, but what is a surprise is the determination he has to know her past. Lindsey’s feeling overwhelmed with all the extra attention and it only gets worse when she bumps into an old familiar detective. Add in a strange old woman who reads fortunes, a thief walking through walls, and a troubled teen…and you’ve got a recipe for one worn out mystery solver. What’s a girl to do? Lindsey needs to solve this case and fast! She doesn’t like the pull she feels in this strange little town. The longer she stays, the more she wants to make a home…and that’s just not how she works.This is the second novelette in The Lindsey Smith Detective Series. A good clean story, with plenty of sleuthing and of course, a bit of paranormal and magic thrown in. Grab your favorite cup of coffee or tea and settle in for a great cozy mystery!
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Melinda Craig is the author of The Triton & The Lindsey Smith Detective Series. The Triton short stories are laced with fantasy and the power of a mother’s love, even through a fragile mind. The Lindsey Smith Detective novelettes are a fun-filled, paranormal, and a spunky cozy mystery journey for you mystery lovers! A Bit About Me:Well…where to really begin? Hmm…if I started with anything I guess it would be my love of books and writing (to me, you can’t write without loving to read). I hope my short stories give readers the same feeling I had when I read some of my favorite authors. To this day, I can remember picking up my first short story set that had side stories from Charlaine Harris’s Sookie Stackhouse tales. I loved the feeling of amusement and enthralling tales that took me to another place. That was probably a turning point for me…I knew I loved to write, but I realized most all that my tales and scribbles were more short stories and novelettes. Writing stories and publishing them seemed to be the next step in life as I’ve been scribbling stories and thoughts in journals for as long as I can remember (a piece of me that has passed down to my two oldest daughters). I am a mom to four beautiful and sometimes rotten children. My stories tend to be inspired and written late in the night when everyone is deep in dreamland. I spend way too much time on Pinterest looking at office ideas for a writing studio and author notes, tips, and good book suggestions…along with a thousand other things! I read…a lot and that about sums it up. You can see any new works in progress on my author website: melindacraig.com