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By J.M. Redmann
New Orleans PI Micky Knight just had to get into a butch pissing contest with the journalist partner of a famous doctor working with her lover, Cordelia James. Micky's insistence that the skills of a reporter are of no use to a PI backfires, and now she's stuck with a drop-dead gorgeous assistant and the case of a dying gay man looking for a child he might have fathered. These chains of events--and an act of nature--will tear Micky's life apart in ways that may never be put back together. Fifth in the Lambda Award-winning Micky Knight mystery series.
If your best friend is your basset hound, you're overdue for a meaningful relationship. Except sometimes, working out the details can be murder...
Teague Richfield is a funny, jaded screenwriter plagued by creative self doubt. Callie Rivers is an optimistic, ethereal, drop-dead gorgeous psychic astrologer who believes in positive energy flow, cosmic predestination, reincarnation, and just about everything else Teague Richfield thinks is patently crazy, but is willing to try if it will get Callie into bed with her.
Combust the Sun is the first meeting of these two dynamic women who amidst the growing sexual tension of their explosive relationship, team up to find out who at Marathon Studios is literally cutting killer deals.
Agent Luce Hansen returns home to Willow's Ridge to catch a serial killer who has been murdering young women. It's the case she's been waiting for, the case that compels her to return to the small town she turned her back on nineteen years ago, the case she plans to ride from the Ohio BCI all the way to the FBI.
The case worth risking her shaky relationship with her lover, Rowan. But the horrors of the case recall the unsolved murder of Luce's first girlfriend, and Luce is forced to confront the local ex-gay ministry that haunted her youth. When the past crosses the present, will Luce lose everything she's worked so hard to build?
Ex-Chicago cop and new PI Josie Harper has been hired by an outside group to clear the name of publisher Lauren Wade, recently acquitted of the murder of her lover. That means finding the real killer, a task made more difficult by Lauren's unwillingness to cooperate and a large family problem—Lauren's parents have been kidnapped for a ransom she can no longer pay. Josie has a big challenge of her own: how to redeem herself after losing her job as a detective. When Josie and Lauren join forces to rescue the parents, they discover they make a great team, in more ways than one.
Will Josie's troubled past come back to haunt her? And who did kill Lauren's lover?
By J.M. Redmann
Among the moss-covered trees and wrought-iron balustrades of southern Louisiana, Detective Michele Knight (Micky to her friends) takes on the seemingly simple job of shooting a few photos for a client, but the going gets rough as Micky finds herself slugging through thugs and slogging through swamps in an attempt to expose a dangerous drug ring. The trail leads to the Hundred Oaks Plantation, a transvestite named Eddie, a beautiful doctor named Cordelia, and memories Micky thought she had buried twenty years ago.
Hard-hitting prose in the style of Sam Spade and Mike Hammer with a lesbian twist.
The First Micky Knight Mystery
Jil knew her foster mother, Elise, was sick. So why does her death seem so sudden? Unable to shake the feeling that there's more to this story, Jil begins unearthing secrets. Her quest leads her down unexpected paths teeming with uncomfortable questions about the woman she thought she knew. Why does Elise have stolen art in her home? And where did she get the substantial amount of money she's left Jil in her will? Jil and her lover, Jess, are used to confiding everything, but Jil just can't let Jess into this part of her life. As she gets closer to learning the truth about Elise's past, Jil collides with memories of her own past she thought she'd let go. Did she ever know Elise at all? Can she get a grip on what she's discovered before her silence drives Jess away forever?