In The Bride of Lottawatah, the 13th volume of the Brianna Sullivan Mysteries series, all of Lottawatah eagerly anticipates the nuptials of reluctant psychic Brianna Sullivan and her hunky police chief fiancé Cooper Jackson. But the week before the couple can say their "I do's", the local senior center becomes embroiled in an illegal drug scandal and a series of mysterious deaths strike the small Oklahoma town.
What do a sexy mortician, a feisty septuagenarian with a souped-up scooter, and an Irish wolfhound with a nose for murder have in common? They're all helping Washington DC Private Detective Mac Sullivan find out who's trying to kill a very nervous bride-to-be. Mac Sullivan and crew return in an exciting sequel to Murder Off the Books.
For 10 years private detective Mac Sullivan has been haunted by the case of Amanda Norman, a teenage girl who disappeared into thin air during a class trip. But someone is determined to stir the embers of that cold case. Each year Mac receives a postcard that asks a simple question: Where is Amanda Norman? This year, Mac decides he will answer the question once and for all.
Brianna Sullivan gave up her job finding missing luggage for the airlines in order to seek the freedom of the open road. Her first stop? The small town of Lottawatah, Oklahoma. Using her psychic abilities, Brianna takes on a multitude of jobs to earn gas money, help out the local police detective, and direct some troubled souls towards the light.
Is your tuition paid up? College finals are killers – or maybe it's just the people who count the money. A retired Irish cop and a fast-food loving Irish Wolfhound search for the campus murderer while dealing with a scooter-riding senior with dreams of trenchcoat adventures, a crazed exterminator looking for his ride, and a makeup artist whose mid-life crisis isn't any the less stressful because her clients never complain.
In Lottawatah Twister, a powerful tornado wreaks destruction on everything in its path and stirs up some unsettled ghosts. It's up to Brianna to figure out whodunnit before the killer strikes again. Leon, the adorable and digestively-challenged bulldog, is back at the center of the action and more than once saves the day - and the beef jerky. Brianna is forced to answer a question that she's avoided since the day she arrived in Lottawatah: why is she sticking around?
Hell on wheels or a psychic in a travel trailer? Brianna Sullivan gave up her job finding missing luggage for the airlines in order to seek the freedom of the open road. Her first stop? The small town of Lottawatah, Oklahoma. Using her psychic abilities, Brianna takes on a multitude of jobs to earn gas money, help out the local police detective, and direct some troubled souls towards the light.
"Small Town USA has a few ghost!"
The last time the police knocked on psychic Valentine Zalmanzig Cohen's door they ignored her advice and the wrong man ended up in prison for murder. Five years later the knock comes again. Another couple killed in the same house. A copycat killer? Or has the original killer struck again? The police are willing to consider that perhaps they'd been wrong, but is Val willing to risk her marriage, career, and maybe even her life to try again?
"an entertaining listen"
Brianna, still in Lottawattah, Oklahoma, is now being pestered by the ghostly ex-girlfriend of main squeeze Detective Cooper Jackson. The apparition won't move away from Cooper and towards the light until Brianna figures out who killed her. Volume 2 of the series, a novella, finds Brianna selling lake lots for a new resort, attending her boyfriend's high school class reunion where the guests aren't all of this world, and tracking down a killer (or two).
'Tis the season to be jolly and the ghosts of Lottawatah are determined to horn in on the holiday revelry. In Giving Thanks in Lottawatah, Brianna Sullivan must find an engagement ring that has been missing for 35 years, deal with the mother of her boyfriend who is holding a grudge because Brianna almost killed her with crab dip, and wrangle family ghosts to give up old secrets and enjoy the holiday.
Things are messy in Paradise. The happily engaged couple of Brianna Sullivan and Cooper Jackson are anything but. Angry words set Brianna and Leon, her bulldog companion, off on a road trip, but it's hard to run away from home if everyone wants to come with you. Before she can leave town, Brianna is unexpectedly joined on her travels by Sassy Jackson, her maybe ex-future mother-in-law, plus Beverly Heyman and daughter Sophia, both still grieving over a death in the family.
"An interesting Mystery!"
In Summer Lightning in Lottawatah, Brianna fights to save her fiancé, Cooper Jackson, from murder one charges. Unexpectedly, she finds herself teamed up with Sassy Jackson, her none too thrilled mother-in-law-to-be. The unlikely pair risk life and limb to discover who framed Cooper for the murder of an ex-con. When everything in her life seems to be falling apart, it's up to Brianna to learn which mortals and which ghosts can be trusted to tell the truth.
Ashley Heyman, the young daughter of Brianna's best friend, has disappeared without a trace. Everyone is counting on Brianna to use her psychic abilities to find the little girl, but so far she's drawing a blank. The good news is that it appears that Ashley is still alive, but if so, where is she and who would kidnap an innocent child? Leon, the adorable and digestively-challenged bulldog, is back on the job and can more than hold his own against dogs 40 times his size.
A Haunting in Lottawatah is the fifth book in the Brianna Sullivan Mysteries series. A novella length story, A Haunting in Lottawatah continues the spooky, yet funny saga of psychic Brianna Sullivan who planned to travel the country in her motor home looking for adventure, but unexpectedly ended up in a small town in Oklahoma. In A Haunting in Lottawatah, Brianna is hired to exorcise ghosts from a mansion.
Home sweet home turns deadly when the ghost of a murder victim takes up residence in the house psychic Brianna Sullivan and her fiancé, Cooper Jackson, have just purchased. Up to their eyeballs in mortgage debt, the last thing they need is an unwanted permanent visitor who doesn't pay rent. But the specter refuses to move toward the light unless Brianna can solve his murder.
In Lottawatah Fireworks, Brianna's fiancé surprises her by buying a ramshackle hunting lodge, ready to call it home. The cabin comes complete with no plumbing, no electricity, and the ghost of a recent murder victim. It's up to Brianna to find the truth of who killed the man and why. In the process, the bonds of friends and family are sorely tested. Visit Lottawatah for mysteries, love, laughter, romance and all the ghosts you can shake a stick at.
In Good Grief in Lottawatah, Brianna's first day on the job in the town funeral home is full of surprises, including ghosts with complaints and the unexpected murder of Lottawatah's richest and crabbiest citizen. Now that she's got a job and health insurance, it's time to turn up the heat on her romance with hunky deputy Cooper Jackson.
Undying Love in Lottawatah is the fourth audiobook in the Brianna Sullivan Mysteries series. A novella-length story, Undying Love in Lottawatah continues the saga of psychic Brianna Sullivan who planned to travel the country in her motor home, but instead unexpectedly ended up parking her home on wheels in a small Oklahoma town. In Undying Love in Lottawatah, as Valentine's Day approaches, Brianna is hired by the local police to help solve an arson/murder case. She's also got family problems.
Former Newsweek reporter Maggie Brooks has two kids, a dead husband, a mortgage to pay, and a lot of competition when she tries to get back into the shrinking newspaper business. Landing a job with a local paper, she's bored to tears covering bake sales and Little League games. But when a developer tries to build an outlet mall in a neighboring town, what starts out as a potentially great clip for her resume suddenly turns dangerous and ugly. Someone will do anything to block the mall's construction.
"Filled time, nothing more than that"