The Long Cold Winter
A thirty-year old case. A body discovered in the snow. For one grieving detective, it’s going to be a long, cold winter. After the passing of his wife, Major Crimes Detective Dallas Nash is handed a cold case to ease him back into the job. Three decades prior, a teenaged girl was strangled to death. Upon examining her file, Nash makes a startling revelation–as a teenager, he saw the girl shortly before that fateful day.
Murder on Ice
As the first female elected sheriff of Clarke County, Maine, Cammie has finally found peace in her life. However, that peace is shattered when hockey legend Eli Kelley suddenly returns to Twin Ponds. He and Cammie were once involved, and when he left to pursue a sports career, he left with a secret that almost destroyed her. When he is found murdered and Cammie is forced to make an arrest, the finger of guilt from the townspeople turn to her. Racing against time, Cammie must prove not only that she is innocent, but that the one person she doesn’t want to believe is guilty may very well be a killer.
A Grave Misunderstanding
Murder has come once more to the seaside town of Crab Cove, testing the mettle of “almost handsome” Detective Simon Grave and his “nearly invisible” partner, Sergeant Barry Blunt, who investigate a locked-room mystery with a significant twist: the prime suspects are in the locked room, not the victim, a logic-defying situation that challenges the team at every turn. As if murder weren’t enough, they must also investigate the simultaneous disappearance of The MacGuffin Trophy from that same locked room, the studio of artist Whitney Waters, famous for her stylized paintings of red herrings.