Review: Offered in Oklahoma City

A robber is dead, and a young woman stands accused.

Not only a witness, Nick is a victim, and he’ll need help to keep his assignment on track. His girlfriend Sandra answers the call, but a personal interest draws her into the investigation when the thief’s death turns out to be an overdose.

A Satanic Preist faces off with a televangelist, and both may even be suspects.

Was this an accident? Where did the drugs come from? How did the victim get them? The questions point to one answer, but there is something missing. The key lies in Nick’s memory and a single photo.

But will anyone believe him?

He has a concussion. He’s behind on his assignment. And even Sandra thinks this time, he may be wrong. Will he convince them of what he knows to be true? Or has his hunch finally led him down the wrong path?

Review: South by Southwest

Nick has traveled the southwest!

From Salt Lake to Phoenix, from Phoenix to Santa Fe, Nick’s journey continues! He’s been poisoned, knocked out, and stung by a wasp.

At every turn, he’s solved a difficult case.

But when he reaches Oklahoma City, everything changes. He’s not only a witness, but Nick also is a victim, and the solution will threaten everything he knows and may change his life forever.

Listen to books 11-15 in the Capital City Murders series, all in one volume.

You won’t want to miss this section of Nick’s epic journey to photograph every state capitol building, one week at a time.

Review: Axed in Austin

Nick O’Flannigan needs a break.

The Austin music scene is just the ticket, and throwing in a little recreation seems like a good idea. But a local musician has been killed, and a new friend of Nick’s wants his help. However, the police have warned him off the case, and he really doesn’t want to be involved.

One step back

But something is wrong. There’s a critical clue, a footprint at the scene, and only Nick seems to suspect it means something more. Will his insight save the day, or will he find himself once again in deep trouble?

From a deep mystery, some great music, and the gritty atmosphere of Austin, Texas, you won’t want to miss this travel murder mystery, the next in the Capital City Murders series.

Review: Defenestration in Denver

They pushed them from the window, and Nick saw it all. He even took photos.

On his way to the airport to pick up his friends visiting him on his trip around the country to photograph every state capitol building, a protest in Denver turned violent. The police question him, the media becomes involved, and Nick is again in the middle of a mystery against his will.

His girlfriend is visiting, too.

At the same time, his long-distance girlfriend Sandra is visiting him in Denver along with the friend from Seattle who got him the assignment in the first place. To spend time with them, he needs to get himself out of this mystery.

But his photos hold a clue to the perpetrators, but he has no idea who he can trust, and the media and the police no longer trust him. Will he be able to convince them in time and still complete his assignment?

You won’t be able to stop until the heart-wrenching ending.

Review: Parricide in Pierre

A birthday celebration ended in tragedy.

In Pierre, murder is as rare as a visit from a photographer like amateur sleuth Nick O’Flannigan. When both happen at the same time, Nick is welcomed as much for his coverage of the small town as for his photography skills. Local officials entice him to help them with some crime scene photography.

What at first seems to be a burglary gone wrong turns out to be something else, and a mysterious stranger may hold the key to the mystery. Can Nick get to him in time, and will the boy share his secrets?

With an editor on his back to stay out of the news, local authorities who don’t believe him, and a surprise twist, you won’t want to miss this continuation of the compelling Capital City Murders series. If you love the Spenser series, you will love Nick O’Flannigan. Check out this travel mystery today!

Review: Branded in Bismarck

When in cowboy country, sometimes, cowboy games go wrong.

Nick arrives in Bismarck, determined to focus on his photography assignment this time. But there’s been a death in Bismarck. At first glance, it seems like an accident. But Nick spots something odd. The young man who passed away appeared to be healthy. What could have gone wrong?

Nick is torn between his desire to help and his obligation to the magazine and the reason for his trip. Will he be able to do both and still stick with his deadline? Only time will tell.

If you love Sherlock Holmes and Agatha Christie, you’ll love Nick O’Flannigan and the Capital City Murders Series. Buy Branded in Bismarck and catch up with Nick’s journey today!

Review: Hanging in Helena

This time it’s more personal than ever.

Nick O’Flannigan suspects that his time in the small town of Helena will be one of relaxation and reflection, even time to think about the future. A rare murder, a hanging in a park outside of town piques his interest, though. The only real clue is in a photograph he took on a short hike.

But he’s found a new friend, a stranger he feels oddly connected to. The more often they run into each other, the deeper their conversations go. But a nagging suspicion in the back of his mind tells Nick something isn’t right here.

The police finally have a real lead. Nick finds himself closer and more involved with the solution than he ever wanted to be. The twist will have you screaming as you listen.

A combination of coming of age and a harrowing thriller, you won’t want to miss the final justice of this murder mystery. Buy this book from the Capital City Murders series today!

Review: Buried in Boise

Motive, means, and opportunity?

An old classmate from his days at Boston College lived in Boise, and now she’s been missing for over a year. Her husband seems like the perfect suspect, but Nick O’Flannigan, a photographer turned amateur sleuth, wants to know one thing: Why?

“A green thumbs up from me.” (Laurie Buchanan, best-selling author)

Able to visit their home during a yearly event, Nick takes some photos and spots a clue, something no one has mentioned anywhere in the media. Will the clue lead to a guilty widower like he thinks? Or will the answer come from an unexpected direction?

Nick’s skills and his time dedicated to his assignment will be stretched in his latest adventure. Start listening today and get caught up with this compelling travel adventure series.

Review: Decapitated in Carson City

A severed head in an alley can’t be ignored.

Nick O’Flannigan, amateur sleuth and photographer, arrives in Carson City, wanting to avoid a mystery and the limelight. But when he sees a clue that could lead to the killer, he can’t help but get involved.

A single photograph will make all the difference. However, Nick finds it harder than ever to convince the police to pay attention to him. The final solution will take him closer to murder than he could’ve imagined. Will he keep his keen eye on his assignment at the same time?

If you love Lady Hardcastle, you’ll love Nick O’Flannigan in this thrilling travel murder mystery. Buy the audiobook and catch up with Nick today!

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