Write on Main Street
When reporter Sandy Case snaps a photo of Sebastian O'Nary sitting ass deep in a pile of Schwedy Balls ice cream, she has no idea how much his death will upend her life.
It’s not because he’s dead: Sandy is already banking on resurrecting her own tattered career through his death. Nor is it because she snuck into an active crime scene to get the photo and story; after all, when you are desperate, any method is fair game.
No, what she doesn’t foresee is how being involved in this case will not only put her squarely in the crosshairs of the people who killed him, it also ends up revealing to her crazy ex-husband just where she is hiding from him.
And right now, it’s a tossup as to which one is worse; the gang who killed Sebastian, or her ex-husband.
But will either one of them turn out to be a match for her?
The first in the Brownville Series.
The Accidental Animal Cop
"It's not like you have a degree in dog catching."
Rebecca Tillison certainly didn't plan to have a career as an animal cop. But she also didn't plan on having her life upended just as she graduated from college either. Back home at what she thinks is just a temporary job, she finds herself thrown in the deep end as the Animal Control Officer. This job should be a piece of cake but it is anything but. Rebecca is in for a wild ride as she is faced with challenges from runaway emus, Buster the Goat and a mysterious creature that stalks the town. When a series of dog nappings happen, Rachel finds out that simple small town life is anything but simple.
The second in the Brownville Series, Accidental Animal Cop gives the reader a wry, fast paced look at life in a small town.
Due out in 2021