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Yup, it’s here! Today’s the official release date for OLD-FASHIONED DETECTIVE WORK, the second Jain Lazarus Adventure. Hey, I’m not in this one, but it’s still a rollicking adventure, complete with mermaids, shape shifters, and demons!

We’re still waiting for Solstice Publishing to give us the buy link — it will be posted here and on the Jain Lazarus Website as soon as we get it.

In the meantime, enjoy some OLD-FASHIONED DETECTIVE WORK!

Detective Wyatt East finds himself the primary suspect when hex breaker Jain Lazarus disappears after their romantic weekend in Vermont. In spite of the suspicions, Jain’s boss, Maitland Stiles, hires Wyatt to track her down, forcing him to face aspects of his own painful past and revealing more about hers.
Saddled with two rebellious runaway paranormal teens, he’s embroiled in a shapeshifter pack disagreement, and must learn to work with both a caustic dragon and a cantankerous mermaid to not only find Jain, but help her help an old friend who’s in over his head. Wyatt learns he is not without psychic abilities of his own, although he prefers old-fashioned detective work.

Excerpt:
The desk was a beautiful, antique wooden one. Wyatt smiled. He remembered how, as a boy, he always wanted to find a secret compartment in a desk. He opened a drawer and ran his fingers under it, remembering the hours he spent at his grandparents’ house, fervently wishing one of their enormous old antiques would yield a secret.
His fingers found a switch. He pressed it, almost without thinking.

A panel slid out of the side of the desk, revealing an extra drawer. Wyatt pulled out the contents. There were several manila folders and a passport. He placed the folders on the desk and opened them. They were credit cards bills, but they were under the names of Ally Jensen, Beth Paige, and Carole Colley. Each credit card was paid off in full, with nearly $20,000 in open credit. There was also a passport. He flipped it open. The name on it was Beth Paige. The photo was Jain.

OLD-FASHIONED DETECTIVE WORK releases today from Solstice Publishing:
http://www.solsticepublishing.com

HEX BREAKER, the first Jain Lazarus Adventure, is available digitally:
http://www.amazon.com/Hex-Breaker-ebook/dp/B00872VCSW

and in print:
https://www.createspace.com/4143957

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It’s here! The cover for the second Jain Lazarus Adventure, OLD-FASHIONED DETECTIVE WORK by the wonderful artist PJ Friel.

I’m not in this one, but hey, I’m not bitter. Much. 😉

Feeling European

I’m back from my vacation. It feels so European to take August off!

OLD-FASHIONED DETECTIVE WORK is in edits — Devon’s working with the editor, who’s very enthusiastic about it, and the awesome PJ Friel is, once again, doing the cover art.

At the same time, Devon’s got the pedal to the metal to get CRAVE THE HUNT (which I think of as “my book”) done!

My short story ran into some technical difficulties, but it should be ready soon.

Looks like it’s going to be a sweet few months!