In Moonlight Can Be Deadly, Cameron’s family has a fascination with the gruesome details of the death which occurred at a midnight sacrificial ritual, but are torn about the tactics by the ecofeminist group, despite their support of the group's mission. When Cameron attends a climate change rally with her colleague, Yuri, they bring along her children. Unfortunately, when Cameron leaves Yuri and her kids to try to get her client’s niece out of harm’s way, she gets caught up in a mass arrest after an explosion occurs. Cameron and Yuri interview a number of suspects, including a handsome professor who Cameron decides is “dateworthy,” but she is alone when she confronts the person responsible for not one but two deaths. Instinct and training kick in at the last minute to prevent her from becoming the murderer’s third victim.
About the Author
In a world filled with uncertainty and too little chocolate, Charlotte Stuart has a passion for writing lighthearted mysteries with a pinch of adventure and a dollop of humor. Her mysteries won awards such as the Firebird Book Award for Humor, the Distinguished Favorites NYC Big Good Award, and the Pinnacle Book Achievement Award. She began her career in academia with a communications PhD. She and her husband then decided to build a commercial boat and fish for salmon in Alaska. Currently she lives and writes on Vashon Island in Washington’s Puget Sound and her spends time entertained by wildlife.
"Survival Can Be Deadly is a delightful mystery with charming characters, lighthearted humor, heartwarming family moments, a spunky sleuth, an intriguing look at survivalists, and the stunning location of the San Juan Islands." —Liz Konkel, Readers Favorite – 1/20
Campaigning Can Be Deadly: "Stuart writes with a type of conversational casualness that is easy to read and moves the story along at a comfortable pace. Her characters are delineated sharply. This is a tale of good folks involved in others' bad behavior, and how it turns out just might surprise you." —Joe Kilgore, US Review of Books – 8/20
Shopping Can Be Deadly: ". . . fans of Janet Evanovich’s work will likely enjoy this book. An often fun and suspenseful mystery." —Kirkus Reviews – 6/21
"Readers who like stories that evolve to embrace international affairs, yet remain thoroughly grounded in strong characters whose lives remain at the forefront of their decision-making processes, will relish the adventure and intrigue of a P.I. who faces personal and political conundrums as well as investigative challenges." —Midwest Book Review – 8/21