Dallas, March 1933
Private eye, Laurel Robertson is ready to get out of her mundane office work and do something exciting. Heading to Oklahoma for a simple mission with her Pinkerton team is exactly what she needs. But her partners, Tom Robertson and Major Goodall, believe there's more on the line than they realize.
Mysterious heiress, Thelma Bow hasn't been seen in years, and yet nobody can determine why. Getting her signature is going to take a lot of work--and persuasion--but the people of this town aren't talking.
The more the team digs, the more the people of Blacksburg want the secrets to stay buried. This town will do anything to keep the truth hidden.
The lies start to reveal more than the truth, and then the bombs start to fly....
As danger heightens, the Pinkerton team fight for answers--and survival. Can Laurel and her crew reveal the truth behind the conspiracy before it's too late?
This is the third installment in the Laurel Private Eye series. If you love fast-paced, Golden Age mysteries with colorful characters and zingy one liners, this is the book for you! Order a copy today!
November 11, 2019 Release date
A notorious criminial duo with little to lose. A sassy Pinkerton Lady with a lot to prove. Who will prevail?
Laurel goes in to work on Monday, frantic. Her new husband, Tom, has disappeared . Alone and desperate in big Dallas, she loses both her temper and job in one fell swoop.
When Tom does return, she’s left with more questions than answers. Laurel doesn't know if she can pick up the pieces of their lives. She'll need a miracle.
In Rome, Texas, the not-yet-famous duo of Bonnie and Clyde have robbed a bank in broad daylight, kidnapping the manager. Could a mother's determination to find her son end up being Laurel's miracle?
Given a second chance, she must team up with the husband she can't quite trust and his enigmatic Pinkerton partner to find the real story behind the robbery.
As they go on a wild chase through the dark underbelly of Depression era Dallas and not-so-innocent little Rome, the tale tangles and the lies pile up. Life, love and livelihood are all on the line, and nothing is as it seems.
The Case of Bonnie and Clyde is the first in the Laurel Private Eye Mystery series of historical cozy mysteries. If you like witty repartee, surprising turns, and colorful characters, you'll love this fresh take on the classic detective fiction from a woman’s perspective.
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A missing rich man. A brassy lady Pinkerton with a lot to prove. Can she find him before it's too late?
Laurel is dreading the upcoming Thanksgiving drama in Mississippi. Alone and bored in the Pinkerton office, she answers a call for help that sets her off in a race across the city.
Gerald Eymann owns an ice factory and ice houses all over Dallas. When he turns up missing one morning, his wife makes a desperate call to the Pinkerton office.
Laurel barely gets a grasp on the facts before they start to twist and turn on her. Who is the mystery girl Gerald was so taken with at a night club? Where is his strangely absent step-son? What about the doctor, an "old friend" of his wife's, who is keeping her supplied with nerve pills?
Laurel barrels through Dallas, looking high and low for the missing man, ever-mindful of her angry Pinkerton boss and the ticking clock.
The Case of the Ice Man is the second of the Laurel Private Eye series of cozy historical mysteries. If you like witty repartee, surprising turns, and colorful characters, you'll love this fresh take on the classic detective fiction from a woman’s perspective.
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