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. Join Mac Sullivan, Rachel Brenner, JJ, Edgar, and of course, Whiskey, the adorable and adored Irish wolfhound, as they try to uncover the mystery of a long missing girl. As Mac and his team investigate, a dark trail of murder and deception follows. If Amanda Norman is still alive, will Mac's efforts inadvertently lead to her death? If Amanda Norman is dead, who keeps sending the postcards and why? Murder Doubles Back is the exciting third book in the Sullivan Investigations Series.
About the Author
The author of The Brianna Sullivan Mysteries, Murder Off the Books, Murder Takes the Cake, and the short story Riley Come Home, Evelyn David is the pseudonym for Marian Edelman Borden and Rhonda Dossett. Marian lives in New York and is the author of ten nonfiction books on a wide variety of topics ranging from veterans benefits to playgroups for toddlers! For more information on these books, please visit her web site at www.marianedelmanborden.com Rhonda lives in Muskogee, Oklahoma, is the director of the coal program for the state, and in her spare time enjoys imagining and writing funny, scary mysteries. Marian and Rhonda write their mystery series via the internet. While many fans who attend mystery conventions have now chatted with both halves of Evelyn David, Marian and Rhonda have yet to meet in person. Please check out Evelyn's website at www.evelyndavid.com and their blog � The Stiletto Gang - www.thestilettogang.blogspot.com/ for information about Evelyn David's appearance schedule and writing projects.
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Evelyn David’s latest book, Murder Doubles Back, reunites readers with the “dysfunctional family” private detective Mac Sullivan has gathered around him. The focus is on a cold case involving a missing child who disappeared from a class trip at the Smithsonian. The case is now ten years old, but someone wants it re-opened. The story clips along at a good pace, and the additional characters, from girlfriend Rachel, who works for the local undertaker, to JJ and Edgar, the office sidekicks, keep it entertaining. Besides, nothing ever gets dull because Mac’s Irish Wolfhound, Whiskey, is likely to bound in at any time. This book will make readers look forward to the next book in the series.