These stories appear in the short story collection, What Leads A Man To Murder
A classic mystery in Agatha Christie style.
A story of kidnapping gone horribly wrong…or maybe miraculously right.
A tale of superstition and treasure, tempered by the death of a much-missed cat.
Prize-winning author, Joslyn Chase, delivers on three delightful stories.
The Sodden Spectators
Mystery novelist Cathryn Harcourt never met a mystery she couldn't solve…in the pages of her own books.
Faced with a real-life puzzle on which hangs the happiness of two young lovers, can she find a solution before they're forced apart?
And when the stakes rise higher than anyone imagined, can she outsmart a wily, unsuspected murderer?
Join Cathryn as she travels from Virginia to Kentucky to Brazil on the tracks of a clever killer.
A Simple Glass of Water
Who knew a simple glass of water could hold so much? Or that it could change from half empty to half full in the course of a day?
It carried the seeds of Ruben's destruction, turned his world upside down, and drowned him in despair.
Might it also offer the key to his salvation?
Blessings and Curses on a Calico Cat
If curiosity killed the cat, it sat behind the wheel of a white Chrysler LeBaron the day Mrs. Friskers died.
A young woman, raised on a diet of superstition, struggles to chop away the apron strings and prove her worth to a persnickety, white-gloved mama.
The loss of her mouse-killing cat makes the battle twice as hard. And twice as lonely.
A humorous and heart-warming story of a young woman learning to stand on her own.
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About the Author
Joslyn Chase writes suspense fiction, ranging from mysteries to thrillers and veering toward the occasional horror story. She is also a classical pianist, music teacher, public speaker, and storyteller. She loves American History and holds a degree in American Studies. Joslyn loves to travel and has ridden camels through the Nubian desert, fended off greedy monkeys on the Rock of Gibraltar, punted on the River Cam, and hiked the Bavarian Alps, but she still believes that sometimes the best adventure is in getting the words on the page or in the thrill of reading a good story. She currently lives in the Pacific Northwest, with her husband, a dog, and at least one child at any given time, but has previously resided in Spain and Germany as well as various locations in the United States.