Where Mysteries Meet Southern Shenanigans
When Sarah's Cameron's art gallery burns to the ground, it's just the first in a string of events that casts shadows on her relationship with her partner, Isaiah Morton. Soon, a stalker is shadowing her every move. Can she trust an older man with a mysterious past to protect her?
Arson investigator, Jake Riordan, thinks he has all the answers. But will his attraction to Sarah open the door to memories he put aside long ago? And do those memories, and his own past, hold the answers to who's after Sarah?
"I could not put it down, especially when the trip to New Orleans happens. A whole new level of mystery gets added to the book and I just devoured this story." April's Little Corner Book Review
"From the very first page, the action starts and does not even come close to slowing down until the book’s end." Readers Favorite Book Review
Book 1 in the Lily Gayle Lambert Mystery series.
Quicker than she can stitch together the threads of a genealogy project she's just signed on to research, Lily Gayle Lambert finds herself embroiled in investigating the murder of a stranger who suffers from 'wolfman syndrome’. And, when a member of a prominent family turns up dead soon after the 'wolfman', Lily Gayle must find the link between the two and solve the mystery before she becomes the next target..
“Susan Boles does it again with a charming southern cozy chocked full of engaging characters, laugh out loud humor, and inviting small town charm.” Kathi Daley, Author of the Zoe Donovan Cozy Mysteries
Book 2 in the Lily Gayle Lambert Mystery series
Lily Gayle and the gang set out to find a killer after local baker Luxen Natolovich is found dead hours before the grand opening weekend at the new Bed and Breakfast in town, Midnight Dragonfly. As Lily Gayle deciphers the clues around Luxen's death she uncovers a conspiracy of lies and half truths that could very well be tied to a refugee camp in Mississippi during World War II.
The deeper Lily Gayle digs, the deeper the consipiracy runs, and the closer she comes to being the killer's next victim.