Awaiting his eminent retirement, Detective Donald Jackson plans a much-needed vacation. Before he leaves, he needs to finish writing instructions for his catsitter. More importantly, he has to wrap up a case at the Flower Hill Public Library involving the murder of librarian Phyllis Frost who was poisoned during her coffee break. Returning to the library for another round of suspect questioning, Jackson is not sure he will be able to solve the crime. He only hopes it doesn’t delay his trip.
BIOGRAPHY Debbie De Louise is a reference librarian at a public library. She is a member of the Cat Writers’ Association, The Long Island Author’s Group, Sisters-in-Crime, and International Thriller Writers and the author of seven novels including the four books of her Cobble Cove cozy mystery series. She has also written short stories of various genres. Her latest release, Sea Scope, is a psychological mystery. She lives on Long Island with her husband, daughter, and three cats.
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