Moon in Mazatlan

Moon in Mazatlan

by C. L. Kraemer


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Detective Corey Williams is content with his small town Virginia home. Normally, his busiest night is Saturday, but when his best friend's ex-wife attempts to have him killed, Corey gives his promise to ensure justice is served. Meeting a red-haired, Harley riding goddess has thrown a wrench in his quiet staid life. Only one hiccup in this situation; the goddess is a reporter. When the ex-wife of his friend flees the country, the reporter makes sure she is right behind Detective Williams. He is oath bound to bring the fugitive ex-wife back for trial. What he hadn't counted on was falling for the Harley riding reporter.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781624202247
Publisher: Rogue Phoenix Press
Publication date: 12/02/2015
Pages: 236
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.50(d)

About the Author

C. L. Kraemer has been a gypsy all her life. From her military child beginnings to her might-not-get-this-chance-again attitude after she left home, she's seen most of the continental United States as well as Hawaii and Alaska.
Three contemporary romance novels Old Enough; Moon in Mazatlan, and If Only are being rereleased by Rogue Phoenix Press as well as Cats in the Cradle of Civilization.
Healthy Homicide, the October 2008 launch book for Rogue Phoenix Press picks up the torch in the mystery world. In February 2010, she contributed to two Valentine's anthologies at Rogue Phoenix Press: A Valentine Anthology, with a story titled, "Lending Library," and A Different Kind of Valentine with a story titled, "The Prize."
She has completed the base story for a Dragon Fantasy series, Dragons Among Us, which was released August 2010 by Rogue Phoenix Press and the first follow up in the series, Dragons Among the Eagles, released in 2011.
"Meadows of Gold" is another faerie story released by Rogue Phoenix Press in the March 2011's anthology, A St. Patrick's Day Tale. A third story featuring the Fae of the valley outside Eugene, Oregon, "Defying the Odds" was included in the May Day Anthology, May 2013. "Boots and Blades" will be included in a Christmas 2015 collection.
August 2011 saw the release of Shattered Tomorrows, a mystery/crime novel loosely based on the May 7, 1981 shooting at the Oregon Museum Tavern in Salem, Oregon where four lost their lives and twenty were wounded.
A motorcycle poker run is featured in her March 2013 release, Joker's Wild and the third in the dragon series, Dragons Among the Ice, is yet to be released.
For detailed information, visit her Web sites for background on her books:

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Moon in Mazatlan 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Moon on Mazatlan reviewed by Greg Didaleusky. Published by Rogue Phoenix Press. This is a detective novel laced with romance and suspense. The antagonist, Ashlee Anderson, accused of plotting a murder scheme, coerces a police office, Kurt Lee, with sexual advances to help her avoid prison time. The protagonist, Detective Corey Williams, Who is assigned to the murder scheme case, becomes amorously drawn toward a tenacious and attractive newspaper reporter, Riona Byrne, assigned to the case. Together they share their expertise propelling them on an unexpected venture. C.L. Kraemer expertly intertwines the characters’ psychological complexities making the story believable for the reader. There are twist and turns enhancing the suspenseful novel. I recommend the author to readers of detective stories or readers who love suspense, intrigue with a peppering of romance. I give this novel a 4 out of 5 stars.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Moon in Mazatlán is a well written account of an eastern police lieutenant out of place in Mexico. He and a friend peruse an escaped suspect from Virginia to the Mexican resort town of Mazatlán. His friend is a tall redheaded news reporter who just happens to be a well-traveled woman, and Spanish is just one of the languages she can speak. She ends up being his guide as well as his driver. The suspect is wanted for attempted murder, arson and destruction of private property. The latest charge was jail breaking, aided by a cop on the city police force. Both the police lieutenant and the reporter have baggage in their past lives. The chase is hindered in a strange way and the ending was a surprise. To me, it ended much too soon. I was left wondering about a few unanswered details.