A Harley & Davidson Mystery2 books in series
The Farmer's Slaughter (Book 1) (A Harley and Davidson Mystery) Publisher's Summary
Book 1 - The Farmer’s Slaughter
A Harley and Davidson Mystery
The Texas Hill Country promises to be anything but ordinary when best-selling 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.
About the authors
The dynamic husband and wife writing duo of Liliana Hart and Scott Silverii combine their love of adventure and storytelling into the Harley and Davidson Mystery Series. While they've discussed a team writing effort for years, when it came time to actually develop their characters, both admit to being stumped.
"Why not write us?" they laughed.
Liliana, a 29-time NY Times and USA Today best seller and author of over 59 titles, enjoys this labor of love with her husband. Scott, a former chief of police and law enforcement professional, has over 25 years of banging down doors and busting bad guys. An author of 10 titles, he says this by far is his favorite mission.
Together, they have created a lovable tandem of adventure seeking, mystery-solving heroes that you'll get to know and love. You might even catch a glimpse of Liliana and Scott in each story. Well, probably much more than a glimpse.