Skiing is Murder (McKinley Mysteries)
Sean and Sara’s ski trip to Vail is supposed to be a week away from murder and investigations, but when a body is found on the mountain, they get roped into the case. Despite the fact that their private detective licenses hold no authority in Colorado, and Sean’s insisting that they leave this one to the local police, they take on the case when they get a call from their office back home.
$1.99 USD e-book
Rating 4.6 stars*
Author: Carolyn Arnold
Series: McKinley Mysteries, Book 10
Genres: Cozy Mystery, Private Investigator
Publisher: Hibbert & Stiles Publishing Inc.
Length: 140 pages
Print ISBNs: (5 x 8) 978-1-988064-67-3, (4 x 6) 978-1-988064-68-0
Book Overview for Skiing is Murder
They’re ready to hit the slopes when things go downhill…
Sean and Sara are supposed to have a relaxing vacation in Vail, but it all goes up in a puff of powder when there’s a suspicious death on the mountain. And the deceased is not just anyone; it’s Adrian Blackwell, a two-time Olympic skiing gold medalist.
Rumor has it Adrian died in a skiing accident, but he was too skilled for Sara to accept that as fact. But she doesn’t want to disappoint Sean by ruining his ski trip, even though she’s convinced Adrian was murdered and she’s itching to find the killer.
Sean has never been able to say no to Sara, but this time he plans to. However, all it takes is a call from their PI firm back in Albany to change his mind. A job’s come in to investigate Adrian’s death, and his agent is the one footing the bill, leaving Sean with more questions than answers.
Yet one major problem remains: their New York State PI licenses hold no legal authority in Colorado. They still can’t help but look into Adrian’s death on the sly, though. This case will definitely involve some underhanded tactics, all while trying to dodge the local police over the course of the investigation.
Testimonials & Reviews for Skiing is Murder
“…a fast read, and endearing…”
—Mallory, Mallory Heart’s Cozies
“I liked that we only knew what the McKinleys knew as they discovered information. I enjoyed putting the puzzle together alongside them.”
—Laura, Laura’s Interests
“I like Sean and Sara. Their characters are easy to get along with and I love their relationship. They’re both intelligent and work well together.”
—Brooke, Brooke Blogs
“Filled with colorful characters and an intriguing mystery…SKIING IS MURDER is a fine addition to an established series and can be enjoyed on its own.”
—Maria Durst, Queen of All She Reads
*Rating based on Amazon.com.