Deadlines are the story of Jessica’s life. But this one may be murder.
The Pecan Springs Trilogies
The little town of Pecan Springs, Texas, is home to many different characters, all of whom have their own stories. In these two linked-novella trilogies, you can learn more about Ruby Wilcox’s psychic life as the proprietor of the Crystal Cave and Jessica Nelson’s career as a crime reporter for the Pecan Springs Enterprise. Coming: a trilogy featuring Sheila Dawson, chief of the Pecan Springs PD.
What’s a novella? A short novel with its own stand-alone story. Susan’s novellas are about half as long as her full-length mysteries.
What’s a linked-novella trilogy? It’s a series of three novellas linked by a strong plot that begins in the first book and is wrapped up in the third. Together, the three linked novellas are about one-and-a-half times longer than a China Bayles mystery.
Who’s at fault? Jessica uncovers the ending of the cold-case story of Ruby’s long-missing best friend.
From the smoldering embers of the arson fire that destroyed her family, Jessica crafts a new life—and discovers a new love that warms her heart.
The omnibus edition of the Pecan Springs Trilogy, in print and ebook. Contains all three novellas: Deadlines, Fault Lines, and Firelines.
The omnibus edition of the Crystal Cave Trilogy, from NYT bestselling author, Susan Wittig Albert. Now in ebook, coming soon in print. Contains all three books: NoBODY, SomeBODY Else and Out of BODY.
Ruby has a rare gift for seeing things others can’t. But when she tries to look into the secret landscape of her dream, is she seeing what’s real or what’s false? Enter Ruby’s mysterious world in the first book of this masterfully crafted trilogy.
Even music can hold a intriguing mystery. But is Ruby hearing the real song, or something else altogether? And why is Ethan Connors so interested in her psychic gift? Find out, in the second book of this suspenseful trilogy.
Investigative reporter Jessica Nelson brings Ruby a mystery only she can solve, a serial killer whose identity is hidden in an ancient image on the card he leaves at the scene of his crimes. A stunning conclusion to the Crystal Cave trilogy.