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Calling All Sleuths
A burned cabin in Mark Twain Forest
An apparently well-to-do John Doe
(A.K.A. City Boy and Mystery Man)
Neither should be on the logging trail where they are found
Then the erasures begin
Welcome to the Investigative team:
Cicely "Kit" Kittredge
Ron Guidry
Richard Carter
The Richard Carter/Blue Creek Series
Intense Suspense and Mystery Tales
Coming Summer of 2021
(Richard Carter #14)

Meet Hawthorn County Deputy Richard Carter and Blue Creek Professor Jill Carter.
Their relationship begins with horror and betrayal that should have destroyed one or both of them.
Follow their evolving relationship
as new members are added to their extended informal family,
the first of which is daughter Mirabelle, who proves to be as obsessive as her father
and as intelligent as her mother.


         The Latest Blue Creek Novel           


          The Playpretty           

         Richard Carter #13           


         Objectified, Belittled, and Dismissed as nothing but a toy,           

         Meet Taylor Glass "The Playpretty."

      Coming this Fall "Mayhem Road"


               Deputy Kit Kittredge.           



         Find all 13th novels in the series as e-books at the Kindle Store.           
         Or as a paperbacks at Amazon.           
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The Playpretty
Richard Carter #13
Rich boy and poor girl, star-crossed lovers go missing while enjoying an afternoon on the creek. Deputy Richard Carter fears that the inevitable tragedy has occurred involving his canoe rental business. Soon he and the Hawthorn County department receive an odd and frightening message from kidnappers.
The again, all ransom demands are implied murder threats.           


    Devil's Run

             Richard Carter #12

Sounds of war! Richard Carter awakes from a dream with his combat-trained nerves shouting "Danger!" But his combat was over a decade ago. The early morning sky seems afire, and explosions split the night, rattling much more than the windows of his Blue Creek cabin.

It's only a warehouse fire in the old section of town. At least that's all that it appeared to be until they began recovering the bodies. Three of four partners in a real estate firm are dead, and not by natural causes or by accident.

A lost child in the national forest, a rash of murders and arson fires, and things that are not as they appear near a small creek known as Devil's Run.

Before Richard, Guidry, and Kit can even determine the motive, a discovery forces them to admit that what's going on is too big for the Hawthorn County Sheriff's Department to handle.

Something evil is burning through Hawthorn County.

What do the victims have in common?

And how many will it claim?