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The Tarkington Treasure
A Charlotte Ross Mystery, Book 4
A spooky old house, rumors of a hidden Civil War treasure, a neighbor’s murder, and an ex-fiancé falling unconscious at her feet—Charlotte Ross has her hands full when she’s invited to stay at her friend, Jane Marshall’s home while her apartment is being renovated.
Jane and her new fiancé have sold everything to move to the large estate she’d just inherited near the small town in Illinois, where she grew up. She’s always loved the house, but the cost of living in, and fixing up, a deteriorating old mansion is more than both their incomes combined. If she can’t come up with the money for the next property tax payment, she’ll be forced to give it up.
Charlotte is intent on winning back her ex, but her efforts are stymied when he’s suspected of murder.
The two couples soon discover the rambling old house holds more than one secret when they join forces to find the real killer—and the elusive, Tarkington treasure.
The latest Charlotte Ross Mystery is available on Amazon in both eBook and print: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01NBOIU9Q/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1482807641&sr=1-1&keywords=The+Tarkington+Treasure+by+Evelyn+Cullet
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A Charlotte Ross Mystery, Book 1
Charlotte Ross sees her world about to crumble when the man she’s in love with–her mysterious boss, John Trent, announces his engagement to someone else.
Charlotte’s best friend, dubious globe-trotter and mystery author, Jane Marshall, arrives back in town only to stumble across the gruesome corpse of the town’s millionaire industrialist. When Jane becomes determined to find the killer, Charlotte joins forces with her friend to ease her heartbreak. In the process, the two self-appointed sleuths turn their small town upside down.
Charlotte is endearingly impractical as her impulsive choices lead her into and out of peril, with only the wry and often-misguided advice of the capricious Jane to guide her. Eldridge Corners is rich with quirky, small town personalities who both aid and thwart the young women’s quest as they discover that people are not always who they seem, and a single error in judgment can prove fatal.
–“Love, Lies and Murder” by Evelyn Cullet is a fantastic read. I highly recommend this novel! – Patricia Gligor, author of Mixed Messages and Unfinished Business.
–Love, Lies and Murder by Evelyn Cullet is entertaining, humorous and mysterious. The characters are well-defined and enjoyable, including the villains. I highly recommend Love, Lies and Murder to anyone looking for a mystery to hold their interest and entertain them at the same time. I had a smile on my face when I put this book down. – Marja McGraw, author of the Bogey Man Mysteries and The Sandi Webster Mysteries.
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A Charlotte Ross Mystery, Book 2
The sequel to Love, Lies and Murder
Masterpiece of Murder is a madcap, romantic suspense adventure about a heartbroken American art student, Charlotte Ross, who is so intent on locating her errant fiancé that she submits someone else’s painting as her own in order to gain access to a Master art class being held in Bariloche, Argentina—the place her lost love was last seen. When the painting gets her accepted into the class given by a world-famous artist and womanizer, being a novice makes keeping up with the others nearly impossible as she struggles to fake her way though, while trying to win back the man she loves. But her fiancé has his own reasons for being in Bariloche – he’s after a stolen art masterpiece. They complicate Charlotte’s life and threaten her very existence as she stumbles into a downward spiral of deceit, art forgery, and murder.
When she accidentally comes across the murder victim, circumstantial evidence begins to mount against her and the local police suspect she is the killer. Now she must discover who is really behind the murder before she’s arrested. Not an easy task with a military police officer dogging her every step.
If you love mystery, romance, and suspense, follow Charlotte on a madcap adventure through the beautiful and sometimes perilous resort city of Bariloche, (pronounced, bah reeh LOH cheh), Argentina, to uncover a Masterpiece of Murder. To see photos of the places mentioned in the novel, I invite you to explore my photos page.
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A Charlotte Ross Mystery, Book 3
The sequel to Masterpiece of Murder
Love isn’t always a fairy tale…and Charlotte Ross has kissed her share of frogs, but that’s all behind her. Fleeing her life for a short break, Charlotte, along with her best friend Jane Marshall, find themselves at her aunt’s home in the sleepy town of Raven’s Caw, Michigan. Charlotte hopes to recover from a breakup with her fiancé, and her friend Jane, a new mystery writer, is looking forward to somewhere relaxing. But life has different plans for the two friends as they’re swept up in a whirlwind of romance, mystery and murder.
Is the immediate attraction between Jane and Charlotte’s handsome, Machiavellian cousin, Kenny too good to be true or just a diversion from a mystery that has piqued Jane’s interest? Charlotte is pulled along on this roller-coaster of emotion when she meets up with her first love, as she and Jane discover links between a murder that happened twelve years earlier and a recent crime. Risking their lives and hearts, the friends race against the past in an effort to solve the crimes before one of them becomes the next victim.