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The Texas Hill Country promises to be anything but ordinary when bestselling mystery writer, Agatha Harley, begins researching her next novel. What she doesn’t expect is for her research to lead her to her newly retired neighbor, Hank Davidson. She recognizes a cop when she sees one, and Hank doesn’t look like her idea of retired, despite the black socks, sandals, and manicured lawn.
Hank needs a place to forget his past, but Agatha needs his past to secure her future.
As an FBI trained profiler, Hank Davidson sees right through most people. But Agatha isn’t most people. She’s as seasoned as any cop he knows and just as mouthy. It doesn’t take long for him to get caught up in the cold case Agatha’s using for research, but small town roots run deep, and loose lips will tell you anything you want to know–except who the killer is.
In the spirit of Angela Lansbury and Murder She Wrote, enjoy these cozy mysteries in order to get the most fun out of your experience.
Book 2 – A Tisket A Casket
Friday night lights in the Lone Star State gives the term a whole new meaning. Retired homicide detective Hank Davidson still struggles with civilian life. But he’s trying. His latest attempt at a hobby leads him to discover the world of the outdoorsman, but it doesn’t take long before he realizes he’s much better at hunting man than animal.
He was thinking about becoming a vegetarian anyway. Fresh off a new, high-pressure publishing contract and another solved cold case under her belt, Agatha Harley tempts Hank with an arson case that might have landed an innocent man in prison for murder.
All the clues lead to those at the top, but money and power make it easy to get away with murder. Cracking this case won’t be easy, but Hank and Agatha are on the job. After all, solving a crime is much easier than meeting a deadline or being retired.
Book 3 – I Saw Mommy Killing Santa Claus
In the latest Harley & Davidson mystery, there’s a new meaning to the twelve days of Christmas. Hank and Agatha stumble upon a serial killer who’s rewriting Santa Claus’s naughty and nice list by knocking off big guys in red suits with beards.
Hank isn’t sure he believes this is a serial killer. Despite Agatha’s insistence, he knows serial killers aren’t as common as she’d like them to be for her research. Maybe deadline enthusiasm is making Agatha see this as more than it is.
But Agatha knows her way around bodies, and the dead Santa’s have too much in common not to be connected. Her real-world training as a forensic anthropologist pays off as she matches wits with law enforcement’s best, and a deviant killer’s worst.
Book 4 – Get Your Murder Running
It’s the Wild West. Or it might as well be. Cowboys, longhorns, and outlaw bikers still roam the land of the free. But not all are brave.
Hank Davidson is retirement-challenged. Apparently, he’s not good at anything but being a cop. But there’s still one retirement dream he hasn’t realized, and he hopes hitting the open road on his monster V-twin HOG will help alleviate his boredom. Agatha Harley needs another hot case for her next novel.
And when rival outlaw motorcycle gangs show up in their small Texas town, she thinks it’s a story made in heaven. What better way to research than to go undercover, posing as Hank’s old lady? But she soon discovers she’s in a plot she might not be able to escape.