Romance. Humor. Murder. It’s all here!
Meet Sean and Sara McKinley—former homicide detectives with a talent for attracting death investigations wherever they go. And they may as well stick with what they’re good at. Whether that means going undercover, off the books, and around the world, they’ll get to the bottom of things…and romance it up along the way.
In this box set, enjoy novellas 4, 5, and 6 in the McKinley Mysteries series.
Politics is Murder (McKinley Mysteries #4)
“An entertaining and fast read, making you want to read more.”
–My Train of Thoughts
There’s no time for a vote…
The media is fascinated by Sean and Sara’s story, and it seems the secret is out that they solve murders on the sly. The fact that they retired their badges doesn’t seem to bother the mayor when his daughter goes missing. He seems to think Sean and Sara will get answers faster than the local police, but this is going to take some finesse if they don’t want to step on the toes of their friends in the Albany PD, including their former sergeant.
Family is Murder (McKinley Mysteries #5)
“An entertaining and fast read.”
–In a Small Compass
If only there was someone to clean up this mess…
Sean and Sara McKinley put out an ad for a maid, never expecting Sara’s birth mother to apply. Or at least that’s who the woman is claiming to be. While Sean is suspicious of the woman’s true identity and her motives, Sara opens her heart to the woman. But when a dead body turns up soon after Sara’s supposed mother takes off without so much as a goodbye, they both must question the truth.
Could they have welcomed a killer into their home without even knowing it?
Shopping is Murder (McKinley Mysteries #6)
“This is the perfect mystery to sink into and get away from the stress of shopping and the other holiday season activities!”
This year, the McKinleys find more than a bargain…
Sean and Sara can’t even go shopping on Black Friday without getting pulled into a murder investigation. The deceased is the husband of an old friend of Sara’s, and there’s no way she can ignore the case. It will take some undercover work and the help of a friend—former sergeant Jimmy Voigt—but if all goes according to plan, Sean and Sara might just have the case wrapped up in time for the holidays.