Lucy Hart has never found anything more thrilling than the sound of handcuffs locking.

She is a respected Detective in a small town where not much happens. When a case file hits her desk, she gets excited. She dedicates herself- and her social life- to solving each one. With her career at a high and a new risque romance with her good looking British partner, things are going her way.

On Sunday May 29th, 2011 she is assigned to work on the murder case of a 16 year old girl. As the evidence unfolds and a push to get the case solved erupts, they arrest the boyfriend. Case closed. With the suspect behind bars, Lucy can’t help hearing a nagging voice in her mind. Did they arrest the right person? The evidence can’t be wrong…..can it? Is the real killer still out there?

Follow Lucy on her journey as she tries to uncover the truth about the murder and about herself.
Available on Amazon

As fun as eating pancakes”

Five Star Review on Amazon By Brett Stadelmann

A reading experience as fun as eating pancakes, this short detective story is pleasantly delicious.
Though only a beginning (the killer remains at large, even now), this novella does a brilliant job of setting the stage, introducing us to the instantly-lovable Lucy, her whatever-does-she-see-in-him love interest, a host of colourful characters, and a mystery that leaves one desperate to know its resolution.
I waited all of two seconds before starting Vol 2. Fortunately, it’s out now.

About the Author

J.K. Wood is a fiction writer, author and blogger. She is currently working on her first book from the series, The Lucy Chronicles. She also jumped at the chance to create Work in Progress, a humorous and awkward tale told by fictinal journal entries, for Channillo. As long as she can remember, writing has been her passion. After working in many different industries throughout her life (including customer service, financial and administrative services) she decided it was time to live her dream. She was born and raised in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island in Canada. She now lives in Fredericton, New Brunswick with her husband and four fur children.

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