At the Crossroad (Black Horse Campground Mysteries)

People I just adore this series It s really so much fun to read Okay I realize I just said that about a series with a body count but hey take me as I am In At the Crossroad Corrie Rick and J

People, I just adore this series. It's really so much fun to read. Okay, I realize I just said that about a series with a body count, but hey, take me as I am. In At the Crossroad, Corrie, Rick, and JD all have to face the past--their own and the ghosts of others. The mystery is fast-paced, crisp, and richly human. The storytelling is clean, and the violence and relationships are never gratutitous. All these characters have come to feel like family to me over the years, to the point that, yes, I've declared myself #TeamRick (and Crossroad makes that seem even more possible than No Vacancy did... but I'm sure Amy will keep us guessing). In fact, I kind of know who I want to set JD up with, but Amy would pee her pants if I told her, because it's so outlandish... Anyway, I hope that the fact that these characters have taken on their own lives in my imagination (am I writing Black Horse fanfic in my head?!?!) is endorsement enough.Good At the Crossroad (Black Horse Campground Mysteries) Author Amy M. Bennett go inside Kindle Trouble often comes in threes It s no different at the Black Horse Campground.On his first day as detective with the Bonney Police Department, J.D Wilder finds three cold case files on his desk three women who disappeared over a fifteen year period It seems no one has ever taken the cases seriously or even properly investigated them.Then J.D receives news that he sTrouble often comes in threes It s no different at the Black Horse Campground.On his first day as detective with the Bonney Police Department, J.D Wilder finds three cold case files on his desk three women who disappeared over a fifteen year period It seems no one has ever taken the cases seriously or even properly investigated them.Then J.D receives news that he s about to receive a visitor a woman from his past who is in trouble and needs his help Again The timing couldn t be worse, since he s finally about to ask Corrie on a date, but then Corrie also has a visitor from her past show up and Sheriff Rick Sutton has his hands full dodging his ex wife, Meghan, who insists on digging up a painful past.When three bodies are discovered that prove the missing women were murdered, J.D s investigation reveals that all of their visitors have some connection to the victims But which one of them killed three women and is prepared to kill again When trouble comes to Bonnie County, Corrie, Rick, and J.D band together to protect each other and their community But can they solve the mystery before the murderer strikes again Amy Bennett s debut mystery novel, End of the Road, started as a National Novel Writing Month project in 2009 It went on to win the 2012 Dark Oak Mystery Contest and launched the Black Horse Campground mystery series.When not sitting at the laptop actively writing, she works full time at Walmart of Alamogordo as a cake decorator and part time at Noisy Water Winery in Ruidoso where you can find some of the best wines in the state of New Mexico, including Jo Mamma s White She lives with her husband and son in a small town halfway between Alamogordo and Ruidoso amymbennettbooks and Back Deck Blog at amymbennettbooks. Amy Bennett s debut mystery novel, End of the Road , started as a National Novel Writing Month project in 2009 It went on to win the 2012 Dark Oak Mystery Contest and launched the Black Horse Campground mystery series, followed by No Lifeguard on Duty , No Vacancy , and At the Cross Road A Summer to Remember is the fifth book in the series When not sitting at the laptop actively writing, she works full time at Walmart of Alamogordo not too far down the road from fictional Bonney County as a cake decorator and part time at Noisy Water Winery in Ruidoso where you can find some of the best wines in the state of New Mexico, including Jo Mamma s White She lives with her husband and son in a small town halfway between Alamogordo and Ruidoso.. Bestseller Ebook At the Crossroad (Black Horse Campground Mysteries) People, I just adore this series. It's really so much fun to read. Okay, I realize I just said that about a series with a body count, but hey, take me as I am. In At the Crossroad, Corrie, Rick, and JD all have to face the past--their own and the ghosts of others. The mystery is fast-paced, crisp, and richly human. The storytelling is clean, and the violence and relationships are never gratutitous. All these characters have come to feel like family to me over the years, to the point that, yes, I've declared myself #TeamRick (and Crossroad makes that seem even more possible than No Vacancy did... but I'm sure Amy will keep us guessing). In fact, I kind of know who I want to set JD up with, but Amy would pee her pants if I told her, because it's so outlandish... Anyway, I hope that the fact that these characters have taken on their own lives in my imagination (am I writing Black Horse fanfic in my head?!?!) is endorsement enough.

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  1. Amy Bennett s debut mystery novel, End of the Road , started as a National Novel Writing Month project in 2009 It went on to win the 2012 Dark Oak Mystery Contest and launched the Black Horse Campground mystery series, followed by No Lifeguard on Duty , No Vacancy , and At the Cross Road A Summer to Remember is the fifth book in the series When not sitting at the laptop actively writing, she works full time at Walmart of Alamogordo not too far down the road from fictional Bonney County as a cake decorator and part time at Noisy Water Winery in Ruidoso where you can find some of the best wines in the state of New Mexico, including Jo Mamma s White She lives with her husband and son in a small town halfway between Alamogordo and Ruidoso.

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  1. People, I just adore this series It s really so much fun to read Okay, I realize I just said that about a series with a body count, but hey, take me as I am In At the Crossroad, Corrie, Rick, and JD all have to face the past their own and the ghosts of others The mystery is fast paced, crisp, and richly human The storytelling is clean, and the violence and relationships are never gratutitous All these characters have come to feel like family to me over the years, to the point that, yes, I ve dec [...]


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