COMING IN 2015
The seventh Tony Wagner mystery---title pending. A serial killer has been stalking victims at powwows from the northern plains to New Mexico. He tries to make the murders look like accidental drownings.
To solve the crimes, Tony needs to dig deeper into his Native American heritage.
Tony Wagner feels aimless. He loves his hectic family life with 3 kids and 3 foster daughters. But he has lost interest in his job as a national park ranger.
And, even though an FBI psychiatrist has cleared him to work, no agents have asked him to consult on a case.
Then, Agent Wyatt Garret calls. He has been summoned to Maine to investigate the death of a former ambassador's son.
Greg O'Connor has fallen from the south face of The Precipice in Acadia National Park. Was it murder, suicide, or just a climbing accident? Garret needs Tony to use his climbing skills to search for evidence on the cliff face.
He also admits that other agents are cautious about using Tony. They worry that the trauma of a year earlier will effect how he reacts under pressure.
Before the case is solved, they will find out.
In the sixth installment of Winskye's Tony Wagner mystery series, the author takes her protagonist to her husband's native New England. While researching this story, she hiked the same Bear Brook Trail that Tony takes up Champlain Mountain.
Available for Kindle, Nook, & in Paperback.
When Cody Pfeiffer's boss, Karlea Johnson, asks him to move with her
from North Dakota to Arizona, he's reluctant. But he likes the job he's
had since his teens, caring for and training her horses.
as the years have passed, he's fallen in love with his widowed boss.
He keeps his feelings to himself, certain that she still thinks of him
as a kid.
After considering her request, he agrees to the move. He
can't let her go without him. He sees this as his chance to win her
But, when he puts his plan into action, it takes them in a
direction he never intended.
Available in Kindle & Paperback. Coming soon for Nook.