Stone Cold Dead is available in e-book, and now in paperback from Why Not Books?, on Amazon, or directly from publisher Encircle Publications here.
In Book One, business at the Rock of Ages is as dead as the fossils cluttering the shop’s dusty shelves. When Morgan Iverson discovers a body on a hiking trail, a killer attempts to eliminate the only witness to the crime. The problem is, Morgan didn’t see anything. Unless she can dig up the identity of the murderer, Morgan’s life won’t be worth a pile of fossilized dinosaur dung.
Stone Cold Case continues the series. The e-book is available, and now the paperback can be purchased from Why Not Books?, on Amazon, or directly from the publisher Encircle Publications here.
In Book Two, Morgan Iverson’s discovery of human remains reopens a cold case and unhealed wounds in a Colorado mountain town, while her find of a rare gemstone sparks a dangerous treasure hunt. The rock shop’s mascot donkeys and an elderly cowboy chase after a Sasquatch look-alike who may hold the key to a prom queen's death fifteen years ago. When Carlee’s mother asks Morgan to investigate her daughter's death, the clues seem as convoluted as the coils on a fossilized ammonite.
I am pleased that both use the same fine cover art by Deirdre Wait of ENC Graphic Services.
The third book in the series, Stone Cold Blooded is available in e-book and paperback here.
Book Three opens when Morgan's reclusive neighbor is blown to bits. The police believe he stumbled into his own trap. His granddaughter claims he was murdered, and asks Morgan and newspaperman Kurt Willard to find his killer. Their search for clues is interrupted by alien hunters, a small town election, and the annual mineral and fossil show in Denver. In book three of the Rock Shop Mystery series, a Triceratops brow horn may hold the key to solving a prospector’s Stone Cold Blooded death.
You can learn more about the Rock Shop Mystery series here. Bookstore Why Not Books? is located at 5975 North Academy Boulevard Suite 204, Colorado Springs, CO 80918 - phone 719-426-2013