“A dark room; a large pool of blood; the body of a man with no face; and just like that, they were back . . .”
In the first chapter of Murder On Sagebrush Lane, Harrie McKinsey goes out to retrieve her newspaper at 5 a.m. on a summer morning and finds a small girl playing in her flower beds. She notices a dark stain on the child’s pajamas and teddy bear, and when she realizes it’s blood, her journey to find the child’s parents gets her involved in another murder. Of course, Harrie’s life is never that simple, and before it’s over there’s a second body, a race to uncover a plot to steal top-secret data, an attempted kidnapping, and a desperate killer who intends to make Harrie his final victim.
This is the second in the series, following The Easter Egg Murder, and is set entirely in Albuquerque. Many of the same characters from the previous book return for this adventure, and there are a couple of surprises along the way. Aakenbaaken & Ken also published this book. It is available on Amazon as both a Kindle e-book, and the print version.
Meanwhile, back at the computer, I’ve made a good start on the third book in the series. At this moment in time the title is Murder On Frequency. I am an amateur radio operator, and I had many requests from folks in the ham radio community to include that hobby in a mystery. Therefore, ham radio will be a component in this adventure. So stay tuned for breaking news!
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