The 12th book in the Morelville Mystery series is released today!
It’s a story that represents a potential turning point for Sheriff Mel and possible major life changes for her and Dana..and of course, there’s a mystery too!
You can start the series right at the very beginning, or dive into this stand-alone mystery!"The politics and the paper-pushing are wearing on Sheriff Mel. Will she chuck it all?." Lesbian author @AuthorAnneHagan has an exciting new mystery out now! Click To Tweet
The politics and the paper-pushing are wearing on Sheriff Mel. Will she chuck it all?
Mel’s burned out. She’s tired of playing local politics. She’s tired of the mounds of paper on her desk that never seem to diminish. She’s tired of budgets, of personnel conflicts, of citizen complaints and all of the other things a sheriff is responsible for. She misses police work. Real police work, but she knows she can’t go back to the street. Not in Muskingum County…maybe not in Ohio.
Dana bought a cabin – a nice little getaway for the two of them in Tennessee. Mel’s mom is worried her daughter will fly the family coop and roost in Tennessee full time; maybe she’ll even take a street cop job there.
Dana and Mel head to Tennessee to see their new home away from home, to take a breather from work and family and to talk about the future. Mel’s future. Their future. Mel has some surprises for Dana, but her thoughts on stepping down as Sheriff and where she’s thinking about going next take a backseat to what happens in the midst of their getaway.
This book is great together with Books 1-11 of The Morelville Mysteries but it can also be read as a stand-alone mystery.
Anne Hagan works part-time by day and writes by night. She and her wife live in a tiny town that’s even smaller than the Morelville of her fiction novels and they wouldn’t have it any other way. Anne’s wife grew up there and has always considered it home. Though it’s an ultra-conservative rural community, they’re surrounded there by family, longtime friends and many other wonderful people with open hearts and minds. They enjoy spending time with Anne’s son, with their nieces and nephews and doing many of the things you’ve read about in her books or that will be ‘fictitiously’ incorporated into future Morelville Mysteries and Cozies series books. If you’ve read about a hobby or a sport in either series, they probably enjoy doing it themselves or someone very close to them does.
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