Stalking Season

The critically acclaimed Seasons Mystery Series that started with Open Season, continues with the second book, which was released November 14, 2012 in hardback. In February 28, 2014 it was released as an ebook for Kindle and Kindle apps. Also available from Draft2Digital for Nook, Kobo, iTunes, Scribd and more outlets.

Audio Versions of Stalking Season at Apple

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Stalking Season received top honors in the John E Weaver Excellent Reads Award for 2017 in the Police Procedural Mystery category.  A list of all the winners in the various categories can be seen HERE

Stalking Season is a police procedural in the vein of the acclaimed 87th Precinct Series by Ed McBain, (Evan Hunter) and has been called “Lethal Weapon” with female leads set in Dallas.


In this second book of The Seasons Series, Homicide Detective Sarah Kingsley and her partner, Angel Johnson are pitted against another uncanny killer while still struggling to feel like real partners. Neither wanted the pairing in the first place, and it isn’t getting any better.

A young girl is killed in a cheap motel, and when her identity is discovered, an influential Dallas businessman brings the heat down on the department. It isn’t easy to work under the thumb of the mayor and the police commissioner, and it doesn’t help that Lieutenant McGregor has his own issues with the brass.

The investigation takes the detectives inside an exclusive gentleman’s club, a prestigious private school, and leads to a killer that surprises them all.


“. . . gripping second mystery featuring Dallas, Tex., police detectives Sarah Kingsly and Angel Johnson. . . . The relationship between the women is just as absorbing as the search for the killer. Few readers will anticipate the closing twist.” Publishers Weekly Starred Review

“So deftly plotted and paced that, although it’s certainly possible to grow impatient with the protagonists’ unwarranted impatience toward each other, they’re appealing enough to keep the pages turning.” Kirkus

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