They’re so happy to have met each other in later life. But the honeymoon is on hold until they solve a bizarre homicide.
British Columbia, Canada. Cory Jones finally feels free. Escaped from an abusive marriage and happily in love with a new husband, the fifty-six-year-old fireball wants to help others to grow to their potential. But her new lease on life will have to wait when her spouse’s eccentric niece is wrongly accused of murder.
Determined to save her troubled relative from a future behind bars, Cory digs into the tight-knit town’s history searching for evidence that would point to the real killer. But with each thread she pulls, unsavory facts, entangled relationships, and clandestine conspiracies only bring more skeletons tumbling out of the community’s closet…
Can this driven retiree expose the truth and get the poor woman out of cuffs?
Mortality and Color TV is the first book in the page-turning A Death In Miniature cozy mystery series. If you like clever clue-hunters, small-town suspense, and thrilling twists, then you’ll love Shelley Dawn Siddall’s humorous whodunit.