By Dana Cameron
Read Online or Download A Fugitive Truth PDF
Similar women sleuths books
Celestial suggest Brianna Winston-Beaufort is keen to put aside dealing with appeals for condemned souls and come back to working towards legislation within the land of the dwelling. 3 months after taking up the kin perform Bree jumps on the chance to paintings for a secular consumer. but if aged actress Justine Coville walks into Beaufort & Company's place of work to make alterations to her will, she drags Bree correct again right into a entire other-world of problems.
It is fall within the Sierra Mountains, and Anna Pigeon is slinging hash in Yosemite nationwide Park's ancient Ahwahnee resort. 4 teenagers, all seasonal park staff, have disappeared, and weeks of labor by means of crack search-and-rescue groups have didn't occur a unmarried clue; investigators are not sure to whether the 4 went AWOL for purposes in their own-or died within the park.
Not anyone can die from a pie . . . or can they? Hanna Denton has back domestic to Crystal Cove, California, to take over the pie store her Grannie Louise owned for thirty years. Grannie has now moved to the ritzy retirement neighborhood at the hill and Hanna is operating her toughest to reside as much as Grannie's attractiveness for baking the easiest pies within the country.
- Murder in the Palais Royal (An Aimée Leduc Investigation)
- English Tea Murder (A Lucy Stone Mystery)
- Back in the Habit (A Falcone & Driscoll Investigation)
- Candy Apple Dead (A Candy Shop Mystery)
- Too Near The Edge (Cleo & Tyler Mysteries)
- Sinister Sudoku (A Sudoku Mystery)
Extra resources for A Fugitive Truth
But perhaps that’s just as well, she’s er, a bit, um, you know…” I cocked my head and smiled vaguely to encourage him, but apparently Jack thought better of it. He carefully replaced the batteries in his stereo, placing the old ones in the charger. “But Michael, he’s just come in now. He’s in the parlor, um, I guess. ” I considered it, then shook my head. “Thanks, but I don’t think I’m up to another long drive today. I’ll go for my walk, then unpack, get some rest. ” “Maybe next time. We have sort of a bathroom schedule for the morning,” he said, rubbing his hands together like a raccoon washing its food.
Shit, no smoking in this crypt. ” He sighed with galactic weariness. ” That nettled me—I always fancied myself as more than usually truthful and open-minded. ” Michael was unaffected by my tart response. ” He slunk back and resumed his place on the couch and once again, closed his eyes. “See you around, probably. ” I got my scarf as quickly as I could and shut the heavy door to the house firmly, trying to get a little distance between me and my new housemates. When I found myself hoping that this Faith person would be a little more normal than the other two, I reined in my thoughts.
I was startled by a man’s voice behind me. “I’m Henry Saunders, the head librarian. ” The man I faced was a few inches taller than I, and a few pounds lighter, but not weedy, with thinning blond hair and glasses. He was dressed, as are most of the men of my academic tribe, in chinos, a blue oxford shirt, and a tweed jacket. Unlike most of my colleagues, however, the jacket was nicely made out of good wool, and his tie was subtle, interesting, and not spotted with grease stains. Henry Saunders’s glasses weren’t the usual default gold wire rims, either, but a carefully chosen pair of French frames in a brown tortoiseshell that showed off some pretty compelling cheekbones.