MommaSaysRead Recommends Mortal Choices, Murder Mystery

Murder mystery Mortal Choices is bringing great reviews. We wanted to share the latest, from a great website called MommaSaysRead.

What does Momma have to say about Mortal Choices? She says Read!

MORTAL WEB small“Mortal choices is definitely a great read! I found the book to be a little gruesome in the beginning but its necessary to the book and really not gratuitous. It’s a very fast-paced book so be prepared to read this one cover to cover. It is a great mystery and kept me reading to the very end. The writing is very well done. You can tell that the author is a seasoned writer as it is well proofed and edited, which is always a bonus.

“I liked that I was kept guessing – duh, I like mystery. But Mortal Choices doesn’t drag or slow down at all. The story didn’t feel at all contrived. It was fresh and intriguing.

“I would definitely recommend It anyone who is up for a fast-pace deep mystery.”

The Mortal e-book is only $2.99 and the paperback $9.99 at any major online e-book retailer.

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Spring Sale – Mortal Choices, Murder Mystery, Only 99 Cents This Week

March 4-8 Mortal Choices will be on sale at Amazon and Barnes and Noble for only 99 cents, e-book version only. The paperback is only $9.99.

If you enjoy a good mystery, grab this one while it’s on sale.

MORTAL WEB largeMortal Choices tells the tale of journalist Amanda Miller and police detective Terry Walkingstick as they join forces to hunt down a local serial killer.

The book is bringing in great reviews, like:


This was an awesomely written and laid out book. Well thought out and well put together. I loved the easy breezy read of this mystery/thriller. It is the type of book you take with you on vacation because it’s easy to read and you’ll probably plow through it in just a few hours.
I loved the setting for the book, the author did a good job of describing it, without spending too much time there and bogging us down. Recommended highly for thriller readers.

Goodreads – Cynthia Harris

Take one reporter, add a rookie detective, multiply by disappearing people, minus the sale of human organs, equals Mortal Choices.
To make the story more realistic, Newcomb did research in the inner workings of the police force and in aviation. An interview with a retired police detective and questions answered by active police officers gave insight to the workings of the local police department and a glimpse into the work of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).

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Here’s the book summary:

Fire destroys without conscience.
It burns victims to ashes and evidence to dust.

Amanda Miller, an inquisitive journalist, is looking for distraction from a troubled home life when she crosses paths with Detective Terry Walkingstick, newly promoted and eager to prove himself.
Local police have just linked the disappearance of several area residents. A task force is created to investigate, but no one yet realizes a killer is hunting on the quiet suburban streets, snatching his victims without witnesses and seemingly at random.
When Terry and Amanda join forces, following the scant leads available, they discover what may be the elusive link between the missing people. Can a decades-old fire really be the connection? And why do so many trails lead back to a local funeral home? Was a cunning serial killer forged in that fire?
The couple’s independent investigation uncovers leads and evidence, landing them in the middle of the case and in a killer’s crosshairs.