Spotlight On Indie Author Vickie Britton
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|An Icy Death|
Wyoming winters can be murder! In the heart of a raging blizzard Sheriff Jeff McQuede discovers a woman frozen to death in her car. At first he believes her death to be an unfortunate accident--until he finds clues that point to cold-blooded murder. Margaret's husband, Arthur, left her in the stalled vehicle to brave the storm and manages to reach Joe Trevino's isolated ranch. The case becomes more complicated because of the recent warehouse robberies at Trevino's store. McQueede finds that Trevino is Margaret Burnell's business partner, and that she has traveled from their Casper store to conduct a company audit. In addition, Margaret has planned to meet with her only child, a run-away daughter she hasn't seen in years. Trevino, the missing daughter, and Arthur Burnell would all profit financially from Margaret's demise. Has a relentless killer tracked and sabotaged the Burnells, or did Arthur simply abandon his wife for his share of the money, leaving her to die an icy death?Other Formats...
|Murder and the Good Old Boys' Club|
Threatened victim, waiting grave...Sheriff McQuede is called to the cemetery by Ben Ward, a member of Durmont's Good Old Boys' Club. Ward's tombstone, where he plans someday to be buried with his first wife, is vandalized. A menacing date of death, fast approaching, has been drilled into the stone, and splotches of red paint drips over it like blood. Ben Ward and his four partners have sunk vast sums of money into a recreational community, Pleasant Valley Retreat, and this failing project has flamed anger among the investors. As the inscribed date of Ward's death draws nearer, a killer stalks the resort. McQuede must act quickly before a vandal's threats turn into reality.
MURDER AND THE GOOD OLD BOYS' CLUB is the seventh book in the Jeff McQuede High Country Mystery Series. Each book in the series contains a complete story and can be read as a stand-alone.
|Missing in the Spring|
When a 1969 red Ford Mustang Coupe is pulled up from the depths of the reservoir in Clearview, Colorado, it creates a perplexing mystery. In the spring of 1970, it was believed that two teenagers, Rusty Ferguson and Debra Brewer, had left in the Mustang together and eloped because of Debra’s father’s objections to Rusty. When the two vanished, not to be heard from again, it was assumed they simply left the small town to start a new life.. But when a body is retrieved from the Mustang, it proves that one of the young people never left Clearwater alive. And now, in 1985, the five remaining members of their close-knit group, including Jason and Amy, are murder suspects!
|Missing Since Woodstock|
Sixteen year old Lisa slips away from home to go to Woodstock and does not return. She leaves her thirteen year old sister, Eve, to cover for her. A drifter, who calls himself Spirit, has persuaded Lisa to go with him to the rock festival. Their widowed mother blames Eve for hiding the truth from her and says she will never forgive her. Plagued with guilt, Eve begins a dangerous search for her sister. Later, in 1983, a stranger returns…one that Eve recognizes as Spirit. And Spirit claims he knows what happened to Lisa!
|Crying Woman Bridge|
Crying woman, haunted bridge...missing baby! While returning from Professor Dawson's lecture on haunted places, the last thing Sheriff Jeff McQuede and Dawson expect to encounter is a terrified woman clinging to the railing of Mirabella's Bridge, crying for her lost baby. It looks as if Rae Harris has thrown the infant over the bridge in a fit of despair, but she claims he has been stolen by a ghostly figure she calls Mirabella. Similar to the La Llorona legend Dawson just spoke about, Mirabella was a local pioneer woman who was rumored to have drowned her infant after being abandoned by a lover. At first McQuede believes Rae was driven by madness, but he soon finds evidence that her story may be true, and the perfectly timed kidnapping of her child may be in some way related to lecture attendee and local celebrity, Jim Royce, and his vast fortune.
Crying Woman Bridge is the sixth book in the Jeff McQuede High Country Mystery Series. Each book in the series contains a complete story and can be read as a stand-alone.
|Tainted Ladies, Female Outlaws, Renegade Women, and Soiled Doves of the Old West|
This lively little guide rounds up a host of colorful women from wild west history from female stagecoach robber Pearl Hart to the beautiful but tragic Baby Doe Tabor. Meet Calamity Jane, who could out-drink and out-shoot any man, and Poker Alice, a widow who earned a living playing cards. Read about the madams and soiled doves who worked in the brothels and parlor houses, and the many renegade women who made up America’s past.
|The Mystery Behind Jack the Ripper: Serial Killer: England's Most Notorious Murder Case|
Learn all the basic facts and theories about the most famous murder mystery of all time. This concise, comprehensive little guide covers in a nutshell the victims, possible suspects, and explores popular theories such as the Royal Conspiracy Theory,the Maybrick Diary,and Partricia Cornwell’s investigation of Walter Sickert. With all the evidence in, you can cast a vote--who was Jack the Ripper?
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