PEGASUS QUINCY MYSTERY SERIES
Pegasus Quincy is a rookie cop on temporary assignment in Mingus, Arizona. She has a Navajo-Italian, computer-hacking assistant called Ben Yazzie and a safe-cracking grandfather, HT Tewksbury. In the second book of the series, she acquires a partner, Shepherd Malone, who is the bane of her existence.
The first novel is called Death in Copper Town and concerns the death of one Druce Kevern. Kevern was a con man who finally ran up against the wrong mark. As Peg gets closer to finding his killer, she herself is threatened!
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Book 2 in the series, Blood in Tavasci Marsh, introduces the Nettle clan. The patriarch Cal is found floating in the marsh, and the family is not telling. Peg gets way too fond of this family that harbors a murderer.
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Book 3 of the series, Fire in Broken Water follows Pegasus as she fights with her partner Shepherd Malone who is pursuing his own personal vendetta while a killer roams free. Peg takes justice into her own hands as she encounters a beautiful Friesian stallion, a Gypsy clan that may be the local drug connection, and a blackmailer who won’t call it quits.
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In Book #4 of the series, Peril in Silver Nightshade, Pegasus gets mixed up with a con who wants to scam her parents, a suicide that might be murder, and a stolen gun that is traceable to a war Vet with PTSD. Murder is in the wind, and Peg must find the killer before her nemesis Chas Doon does!
The novel takes place in beautiful Red Rock State Park near Sedona, Arizona.
In Book #5, Silence in West Fork, Pegasus works against time to clear her former partner’s daughter from the charge of murder.
It doesn’t help that the detective on the case has secrets of his own, or that the victim is thoroughly disliked in the community. There are lots of suspects!