Book DetailsAuthor: Linda Weaver Clarke
Release Date: January 2015
Publisher: Red Mountain Shadows Publishing
I SO LOVE reading about Amelia Moore and Rick Bonito!
Their stories are fun and mysterious and entertaining and so good!
Amelia Moore owns the Moore Detective Agency and I have blogged about her before...
Now she has a case about a missing porcelain doll.
With her partner, Rick, by her side she delves into the clues...which aren't much.
All they know is that an employee of the museum, where the doll was on display, has gone missing as well...making him a suspect.
Or was he set up?
Follow the case as Amelia and Rick travel to Estes Park, Colorado.
Along the way you will encounter:
* An antique car show
* A man of multiple disguises
* Two FBI agents who are also following the case
* One police officer who has to swallow his pride
* A haunted hotel
* And a story that will make you smile!
"Where is the antique doll and who has taken it?"
LOVE THIS AUTHOR!
LOVE THIS SERIES!
LOVE THIS STORY!
About the Author
After my family began to leave the nest, I decided it was time to finish what I had started long ago. I decided to go back to college and get a degree. It had been 30 years since I had been to college and it was one of the most frightening things I had ever done. I had to learn how to study and take tests all over again. The first day of college, I was a nervous wreck and wondered if I could do this, but with the support of my husband and children I was able to graduate. I received my Bachelor of Arts Degree in Theatre and Music at Southern Utah University and received the Outstanding Non-Traditional Student Award for the College of Performing Arts in 2002. During the meantime, I cut a CD named "Romantic Love Songs of Sigmund Romberg and Victor Herbert."
I have enjoyed writing short stories and novels for several years but it took a lot of courage to begin submitting them. After "Melinda and the Wild West" was published, I entered it in the Reader Views Literary Contest and my book was chosen as a Semi-Finalist in the "Reviewers Choice Awards 2007." It was one of the top ten out of hundreds of other entries. I have written eleven books; five are historical sweet romances and four are mystery adventures. I also have two non-fiction e-books.
I travel throughout the United States, teaching people to write their family history and autobiography. I have traveled to seventeen states and given over 400 workshops. I am the author of six historical sweet romances, four mystery adventure novels, a children's book, and a new cozy mystery series. All of my books are family friendly.