This month it’s all about short story series. Debbie Mumford adds a new “Gus and Ghost” story, while Deb Logan gives us a new case file for Cinnamon Chou! Plus, all of Cinnamon’s cases get an updated look. Same great stories, but new and improved packaging!
SEVENTH: FIRST FRUITS
by Debbie Mumford
Audience: Urban Fantasy | General Audience | Short Story
Detective Gus Collier and his partner Jack Barnes solve crimes in Portland, Oregon, but that’s just the surface of Gus’s responsibilities. He’s also the seventh child of a seventh child, giving him paranormal abilities and a second partner, Sarah Allen … who just happens to be a ghost. A ritual murder during the ancient feast of Lammas, or First Fruits, will require all of Gus’s talents (mundane and paranormal) and both of his partners (living and dead!) to solve. Will Gus and Ghost find the answer in time to prevent a city-wide disaster?
THE CASE OF THE VANISHING PUPPY
by Deb Logan
Audience: Science Fiction | Juvenile | Short Story
Cinnamon Chou, Space Station Zeta’s favorite kid detective, is back with another case, and this one is a real puzzler. Her best friend’s puppy has vanished! Right in the middle of the station’s recreation area. Can Cinnamon find Fred before her best friend Sammy dissolves in a puddle of anguished tears? Good thing the girls have friends who are willing to help, because this mystery is a deep one!
And here are the new covers and titles for Cinnamon’s first three cases: