Biscuits and Slashed Browns ARC giveaway to one commenter.
State Police Detective Thompson, here. Ms. Day asked if I would report on the recent homicide case in South Lick, Indiana. As our public liaison officer is regrettably out of town, I shall comply.
A town resident, Ms. Adele Jordan, called in the discovery of a body behind the wood pile of a maple sugar shack. Assisted by the local authorities, my team and I commenced our investigation.
Unfortunately, Ms. Robbie Jordan, proprietor of a local restaurant, seemed to want to become involved in solving the crime. What is it with these amateur sleuths, anyway? I'll admit, she revealed a certain ability to ferret out certain facts in the case, which evolved to be a difficult one to resolve.
Luckily for all involved, the criminal was apprehended without additional loss of life. The author wishes me to inform you that she will convey an advance copy of her new book to one individual who comments here today. Please state your views on the average citizen acting as an unlicensed private investigator.
Maxwell is President of Sisters in Crime New England. She lives north of Boston with her beau and two cats, and blogs here, with the other Wicked Cozy Authors, and with the Midnight Ink Writers. You can find her on Facebook, twitter, Pinterest, and at her web site, edithmaxwell.com.