A Family Fortune Mystery
Dawn Eastman is the author of the Family Fortune mysteries, including Pall in the Family and Be Careful What You Witch For. She lived in Michigan for many years, in a house full of animals, unusual people, and laughter. She now lives in Iowa with her husband, son, daughter, and one extremely bossy small dog.
From the author of Be Careful What You Witch For, here is the newest Family Fortune Mystery, starring former cop Clyde Fortune, whosnowbound with her kooky family in a creepy castleis climbing the walls and combing the halls, looking for a cold-blooded killer
After their flight to Mexico is cancelled, Clyde and her detective boyfriend, Mac, end up snowed in with their families at a supposedly haunted hotel. Clyde’s tarot card reading mother, Rose, is making dire predictions for the weekend, and self-proclaimed pet psychic Aunt Vi is enchanted by the legend of the hotel’s ghostuntil the power goes out and a body turns up.
With a hotel full of stranded suspects, Clyde will have to draw on all her skillsboth the police ones she’d rather forget and the psychic ones she’d rather ignoreto solve the bone-chilling mystery before someone else gets iced
Praise for Dawn Eastman and the Family Fortune mysteries
“A tightly plotted, character-driven triumph of a mystery...Sparkles with charmingly peculiar characters and a fascinating heroine, Clyde Fortune, who effortlessly shuffles the reader into her world like a card in a tarot deck. Eastman is fabulous!”—Jenn McKinlay, New York Times bestselling author of the Library Lover’s Mysteries, the Cupcake Bakery Mysteries, and the Hat Shop Mysteries
“A kooky small town filled with eccentric characters, psychics, and murder make Eastman’s Family Fortune Mystery series a stellar launch. Add a dog-walking ex-cop paired with her old-flame investigator, and it’s not hard to predict a brilliant future for this quirky new series!”—Kari Lee Townsend, national bestselling author of the Fortune Teller Mysteries and the Mind Reader Mysteries
“The paranormal aspect is surprisingly realistic and matter-of-fact amongst the townspeople…Clyde proves to be a talented investigator herself with or without her ‘extra’ skills, and she is a very likable heroine with the humor to cope with her eccentric relatives.”—Kings River Life Magazine
“Awesome new series alert!”—Cozy Mystery Book Reviews
“Eastman’s character development is exceptional and the incorporation of animals made this book not only fun to figure out but also, very entertaining. The psychic theme is thoroughly researched and adds another dimension to this charming whodunit.”—Debbie’s Book Bag