Charleston Conundrum

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Wild Hawk Press, Jan 12, 2022 - 236 pages
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Charleston Conundrum is a cozy mystery set in Charleston, South Carolina.Liz Adams never imagined when she moved to Charleston with her truth sniffing Labrador retriever, Duke, that she would use her skills as a private investigator to avoid winding up on Death Row. Liz's life is upended when her best friend, Peg, is murdered and she becomes a suspect. Liz's gun was the murder weapon. Tensions flare between Liz and the cops as she rises to the top of their suspect list.At the request of Peg's father, Liz agrees to take on the investigation. Riding a roller coaster of emotions, Liz uncovers many secrets Peg kept from her despite their being best friends. The suspects include a cast of characters: the ex-husband, the boyfriend, a coworker, several neighbors and family members. Charleston Conundrum takes the reader from Charleston, South Carolina, to Paris and back in the emotional unraveling of Peg's life and death to a killer ending. It is the first book in the Conundrum series.

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About the author (2022)

Stacy Wilder has traveled to six out of seven continents, but her favorite place in the world is Charleston, South Carolina. Books have shaped her life and her travels. Her love of mysteries began with Nancy Drew. Stacy's debut novel, Charleston Conundrum, is the first in the Liz Adams mystery series. Liz's sidekick, a Labrador retriever named Duke, is able to detect when people are lying, which comes in handy when Liz is solving a case. The Charleston Conundrum cover and manuscript placed first in a national When Words Count Pitch Week competition.In addition to mysteries, Stacy writes children's stories, short stories, and poetry. She lives in Houston, Texas with her husband and a totally spoiled Labrador retriever, Eve.

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