Mysterious characters weave a web of blackmail and suspense – “Murder and More” (Carson Reno, Book 14) by Gerald W. Darnell

I m a NEW FAN of CARSON RENO – his maser is great Author. Thanks, Viv Dreewa

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All Carson Reno Mystery Series Books are standalone novels. It is not necessary to read them in any particular order.
Carson’s feud with a local crime reporter continues, and then suddenly the husband of his client is brutally murdered – a husband he’s been hired to investigate. Mysterious characters weave a web of blackmail and suspense while leaving Carson with more clients than he can handle.
The Memphis police have warned Carson to back off, but an employee of a friend is missing from a murder scene, and he’s determined to find her and the killer.
Follow Carson to New Orleans, Humboldt, Memphis and Florida where he chases numerous suspects trying to track down a missing person and the killer he’s been hired to find.
Enjoy this unusual adventure for Carson Reno, as he struggles to solve the case of ‘Murder and More’.

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ONE MANS SECRET COULD RUIN LIVES

THIS HAS TO BE A BOOK I WILL ENJOY READING! WISHING AMANDA MACKEY “BESTSELLER” SUCCESS. THANKS, DREWA.

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ROSE NEVER COUNTED ON DEFENDING A CRIMINAL WHEN SHE TOOK THE JOB.
Jagger Reed has a secret that could destroy lives…
And one life that could be destroyed is his disabled brothers. Jagger is in jail for a crime he didn’t commit and believes it’s a small price to pay to protect his family.
Rosalind McAllister is the newest creative writing teacher at Arizona State Prison…
Rose is determined to prove herself to her criminal students and not let them break her—like they did the last teacher. But when she meets Jagger Reed, she immediately knows the line between student and teacher could be easily blurred. Tall, intimidating, and way too handsome to be incarcerated, she vows to keep him at a distance.
A creative writing assignment turns into the discovery of Jagger’s innocence…
When Rose reads Jagger’s creative writing piece, she’s both astounded and impressed. His written words call…

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An Important Message for all Danny The Dog Fans.

I AM IN SHOCK! I AM DEVASTATED . . . I AM ACTUALLY IN TEARS!

DANNY, THANKS FOR ALL THE MEMORIES I HAVE OF YOUR INCREDIBLE WRITING TALENTS. WHEN I NEED A LAUGH, I WILL READ YOUR POSTS, FORTUNATELY, THEY ARE SAVED ON MY COMPUTER IN YOUR VERY OWN FILE FOLDER.

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In case you were wondering why Danny The Dog wasn’t making his usual visit to respond to all your comments under his post yesterday, I regret to tell you that it was his last posting.

Danny died last Tuesday (18th July 2017)

His human, Andrew Joyce sent me the following eulogy:

My name is Andrew.

Until recently, I had the distinct honor of cohabitating with a true wit and an all-around good guy, Danny the Dog.

But now that the summer’s gone and all the flowers are dying—when all the sunshine was in shadow—he had to leave me. Oh, Danny Boy, I love you so. Sleep in peace until I come to you.

Now that I’ve plagiarized the song Danny Boy, I’ll have a go at Shakespeare.

Friends, bloggers, lovers of Danny, lend me your ears.
I come to praise Danny, not to bury him.
The bad stuff dogs do…

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Danny Extorts Andrew…

DANNY, I counted TEN (10) BARKS before you convinced Andrew YOU knew there was at least ONE (1) MORE Turkey Slice! You sure have trained him well. Have a great Tuesday.

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Danny Extorts Andrew

Good morning, everybody. It is I, your favorite dog, Danny the Dog. At least I’m your favorite dog that pens a monthly epistle here on Chris’ blog.

I write about my life, my loves, and my losses—although I do not lose very often. Today, I’m here to tell you about one of my wins. And of course, it’s a win against my arch-nemesis, Andrew, my human.

For those of you who follow my exploits on a monthly basis, you know of my love of turkey slices. How every morning when Andrew and I come in from our walk, he’ll give me a few slices. And you’ll also know that we live on a boat. I only mention that because it has a bearing on my story.

So here’s the set-up. Boats have cockpits—it’s the place you steer from. There are also seats and/or benches where people (or…

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