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Fatal Four Pack Still Packing a Punch for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

February 13, 2014

The Fatal Four Pack, a mystery anthology with me (Rae Davies), Deb Baker, Lorraine Bartlett and Patricia Ryan is continuing to chug along and bring in much needed $$ for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. I just sent the latest check and the total donation so far is $3,630.44! Another thousand or so should be going their way in the next few weeks, on top of this number!

Many thanks to everyone who has purchased the anthology (ONLY 99 cents for four full length books) or shared information on it with their mystery-loving friends!

A Fatal Four-Pack: Four Complete Mystery Novels to beneft the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

I (as Rae Davies) have teamed up with three great mystery authors to offer A Fatal Four Pack.

Four great reads at a great price for a great cause!

Four Complete Mystery Novels by Deb Baker, L. L. Bartlett, Rae Davies, and P.B. Ryan

ALL author proceeds go to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

Get the bundle for only 99 cents!

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Murder Passes The Buck by Deb Baker

When her neighbor is shot and killed, sixty-six-year-old widow Gertie Johnson seizes the opportunity to move on with her life by investigating his death. Gertie is abetted (and hindered) by her grandson Little Donny, man-hungry best friend Cora Mae, and word-of-the-day challenger, Kitty. It doesn’t help that the death has been ruled an accident by the sheriff of this backwoods community in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Or that Sheriff Blaze Johnson happens to be Gertie’s son. Whether it’s interrogating neighbors, spying, or impersonating the FBI—not to mention staying one step ahead of Blaze—Gertie will do whatever it takes to solve the case, even when the killer takes aim at her.

Murder On The Mind By L. L. Bartlett

After insurance investigator Jeff Resnick is viciously mugged, he discovers the resulting brain injury has left him able to sense people’s secrets. When his estranged half-brother, Richard, takes Jeff to the family home to recover, Jeff’s senses pick up clues to the recent vicious murder of a local banker. Despite Jeff’s mixed feelings about his new sixth sense, he feels compelled to explore the banker’s murder–using both his senses and his investigative skills, along with Richard’s reluctant help. Against the gritty setting of wintry Buffalo, NY, and a tormented family history of his own, unraveling the truth threatens Jeff’s–and Richard’s–life.

Loose Screw by Rae Davies

Lucy Mathews, crime reporter turned antiques dealer, avoids confrontation like a home perm. She even lets a cat shove her around.

When Lucy trips over the body of a buckskin-clad relics trader, her ex-boss asks her to cover the story. She tries to tell him no, but old habits die hard and soon she finds herself directly in the path of a killer and the exasperating, if attractive, detective in charge.

Can Lucy catch a killer or is this the last confrontation for her—period?

Still Life With Murder by P.B. Ryan

Book #1 of P.B. Ryan’s bestselling historical mystery series featuring Boston governess Nell Sweeney and opium-smoking former battle surgeon Will Hewitt. Long thought to have died during the Civil War, Will is arrested for murder, and it’s up to Nell to prove his innocence.

“P.B. Ryan makes a stunning debut with Still Life With Murder, bringing Nineteenth Century Boston alive, from its teeming slums to the mansions on Boston Common, and populating it with a vivid and memorable cast of characters. The fascinating heroine, Nell Sweeney, immediately engages the reader and I couldn’t put the book down until I discovered the truth along with her. I can’t wait for the next installment.” —Bestselling author Victoria Thompson

Get all four now:

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